PhD Candidate Stephanie Mouchbahani-Constance wins three awards at the 2021 CSHRF

Published: 1Sep2021

Congratulations to physiology PhD candidate Stephanie Mouchbahani-Constance on her outstanding research and poster presentation at this year's Canadian Student Health Research Forum (CSHRF) held...

Online Seminar: Making your way - how cells steer themselves to solve mazes or spread cancer


Chemotaxis is fundamentally important in biological processes from embryogenesis to immune function./physiologyCategory: Dept. of Physiology

Orlowski Lab publishes paper in Nature Communications

Published: 9Jun2021

Congrats to the Orlowski Lab on their recent paper published in Nature Communications entitled "Structure and mechanism of the human NHE1-CHP1 complex."

Members of the Cerebral Systems Lab publish article in Acoustics Today

Published: 31May2021

Congratulations to Dr. Steve Lomber and the members of the Cerebral Systems Lab for the recent publication of their article "Ultrasonic Hearing in Cats and Other Terrestrial Animals" in Acoustics...

Online Seminar - ShcA and LPP enhance breast cancer cell migration, invasion and metastasis


Although breast cancer treatment has significantly improved over the last decade, developments in the treatment of metastatic tumors lag behind, with 14 women dying of breast cancer every day....

In Memory of Dr. Kresimir Krnjevic (1927-2021)

Published: 20Apr2021

Krešimir – Krešo (later in life Kris and KK) Krnjević was born on September 7, 1927 in Zagreb, Croatia in the family of Dr Juraj Krnjević, then Secretary of the Croatian Peasant Party, and Nada...

Online Seminar - Ependymal cells and Disease


This presentation will focus on describing ependymal cells in disease, focusing on CSF inflammation in multiple sclerosis (MS) and how it correlates with disease progression./physiologyCategory:...

Dr. Anmar Khadra editor of new book

Published: 18Mar2021

Congratulations to Dr. Anmar Khadra on his role as editor of the new book Diabetes Systems Biology, published in December 2020 through IOP Publishing.

Online Seminar - Neuroimmune Interactions Shaping Social Behavior


The beneficial effects of infection and the ensuing inflammation on neurological disorders have previously been noted./physiologyCategory: Dept. of Physiology Physiology Friday Seminar Series


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