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Lab Members

Alumni

Abrial Cooke
Graduate Student

Abrial Cooke

My cur­rent project is test­ing the stress response of the intesti­nal epithe­lium to deter­mine if there is a cir­ca­dian rhythm under dam­aged and undam­aged con­di­tions. I enjoy eques­trian riding, vol­un­teer­ing with the Canadian Blood Services, learn­ing new things and trav­el­ling the world.

Hanna Chang
Undergraduate Student

Hanna Chang

I am work­ing with the Drosophila as a model organ­ism to study the cir­ca­dian clock. I look for­ward in con­tin­u­ing to study this topic through a thesis project. In my spare time, I enjoy binge watch­ing shows and napping.

Katelyn Lei
Undergraduate Student

Katelyn Lei

I am cur­rently inves­ti­gat­ing regen­er­a­tion in the Drosophila intes­tine. In the future, I hope to com­bine my inter­ests in the bio­log­i­cal sci­ences and visual arts by going into bio­med­ical illustrations.

Celina DeBiasio
Undergraduate Student

Celina DeBiasio

I am cur­rently work­ing on the Drosophila stress response using the Cas9/CRISPR system. I also vol­un­teer to develop sus­tain­able edu­ca­tion in Latin America, enjoy trav­el­ing, and making a pos­i­tive dif­fer­ence in the world.

The lab is looking for motivated students and postdocs! Please send your CV and references by email.