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Tessa McHattie, BSc student, wins Best poster award, BSc at the 12th Annual CRRD Research Day on May 12th. Congratulations Tessa!
 

Vicky Wang, PhD trainee, receives 1st place graduate student award from the Reproductive and Developmental Toxicology Specialty Section of the Society of Toxicology

March 2021

Vicky (Xiaotong Wang) received the first place graduate student award for her poster presentation on “Benchmark Concentration (BMC) Analyses of the Effects of Organophosphate Esters (OPEs) on the Phenotype and Function of KGN Human Granulosa Cells”.

Aileen Yan, PhD trainee, wins 2nd place prize from the Reproductive and Developmental Toxicology Specialty Section of the Society of Toxicology

March 2021

Aileen (Han Yan) won the second place prize for her paper in Toxicological Sciences entitled “Exposure to tert-Butylphenyl Diphenyl Phosphate, an Organophosphate Ester Flame Retardant and Plasticizer, Alters Hedgehog Signaling in Murine Limb Bud Cultures” (Toxicol Sci. 2020; 178:251-263. doi: 10.1093/toxsci/kfaa145). This is two years in a row for Aileen since she received the first prize last year for her 2019 paper.

Vicky Wang, PhD trainee, receives STC/Intertek Graduate Student Research Award

December 2020

Congratulations to Vicky Wang, PhD trainee in Drs. Barbara Hales and Bernard Robaire labs, for receiving the STC/Intertek Graduate Student Research Award for the best PhD student poster presentation from the Society of Toxicology of Canada at the 52nd Annual Symposium.

Vicky Wang, PhD trainee, wins first prize

November 2020

Vicky Wang, PhD trainee in Drs. Hales and Robaire labs, won first prize in the Reseau Québécois en reproduction (RQR) 13th Annual Symposium Poster Competition for her poster "Effects of organophosphate ester flame retardants on KGN cells, a human granulosa cell line" in recognition of the excellence of her work, presentation, and knowledge of the subject. Congratulations Vicky!

Han (Aileen) Yan, PhD trainee, receives STC/Intertek Graduate Student Research Award

Han Yan, STC Intertek Graduate Student Research AwardCongratulations to Aileen Yan, PhD trainee in Dr. Barbara Hales’ lab, for receiving the STC/Intertek Graduate Student Research Award for the best PhD student poster presentation from the Society of Toxicology of Canada at the 51st Annual Symposium of the Society of Toxicology of Canada meeting in Ottawa.

 

 

 


From left to right: Joanne Wan (Intertek), Aileen Yan (McGill),
Melany Juarez (IAF-INRS), Mike Wade (STC)

Barbara Hales, PhD, receives the Narsingh Agnish Fellowship Award

This award recognizes Narsingh Agnish’s contributions to the Society for Birth Defects Research and Prevention, particularly the implementation of the Education Courses. The Narsingh Agnish Fellowship is awarded to a long-standing member of the Society for Birth Defects Research and Prevention who has made a major contribution to education in the field of teratology or a related discipline.

Dr. Barbara Hales 2019 Agnish Fellowship presentation video is now available to members of the Society for Birth Defects Research.

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