The CBR Trainee Group was started in November 2012 and has 100+ undergrads and graduate students involved who are all doing or interested in Biomedical Research. Throughout each year many events are held by this group showcasing the student biomedical research happening on campus.
CBR Trainee Pecha Kucha Biomedica 2015 participants. Photo by Andrew Boyce, Swayne Lab
The CBR Trainee Executive has at least one representative from each department involved in CBR. The executive team are the key organizers and recruiters for all trainee events.
Anastasia Litke, Masters Student, Department of Biology
Andrew Agbay, Masters Student, Neuroscience, Division of Medical Sciences
Andrew Boyce, CBR Student Executive Chair, PhD Student, Neuroscience, Division of Medical Sciences
Bridget Ryan, PhD Candidate , Department of Biology
Eric Rondeau, PhD Candidate, Department of Biology
Gillian Leigh Dornan, PhD Student, Department of Biochemistry and Microbiology
Greg Pearcey, PhD Student, Neuroscience, Division of Medical Sciences
Hilary Cullen, Masters Student, Exercise Science, Physical and Health Education
Karen Lithgow, Masters, Department of Biochemistry and Microbiology
Natasha Milosevich, PhD Candidate, Department of Chemistry
Steven Noble, Masters Student, Neuroscience, Division of Medical Sciences
Yao Sun, PhD Student, Exercise Science, Physical & Health Education
Monday July 4 and July 25, 2016 MSB 150 at 12:00 pm
Pizza lunch and discussions and ideas to help you discuss your research to the general public___________________________________________________
Presentation by Dr. Leigh Anne Swayne: Preparing a Successful Scholarship/Fellowship Application
Pecha Kucha Presentation
Tuesday, 3 March 2015, 3:00 - 6:00 P.M.
What it is like to participate in a Pecha Kucha Biomedica event
2014 P C P Events
Pizza. Coffee. Presentations.
(Biomedical Research that will blow your minds)
WHO: Graduate and undergraduate students partaking in biomedical
research from any Faculty/Division
WHAT: Pizza and Coffee (11:00–11:15)
4 Presentations (11:15–12:15)
WHY: All the cool kids are doing it.
The Centre for Biomedical Research (CFR) has established a Graduate Student Travel Grant Fund. The objective of the fund is to support travel to conferences, meetings, workshops, or research activities.
Recipents are obliged to present in a student seminar.
Regulations and Application. Currently unavailable
BioDev is a collaborative group aiming to design medical devices for entry into academic competitions, and potentially see commercial use. We are always looking for new members. Please feel free to contact us if you wish to know more about the team or get involved.
Tuesday, 23 September 2014
Leigh Wicki-Stordeur, Division of Medical Sciences (Swayne Lab)
Alok Shaurya,Department of Chemistry (Hof lab)
Oliver Krupk,Department of Biochemistry and Microbiology (Burke Lab)
Nima Khadem Mohtaram, Department of Mechanical Engineering (Willerth Lab)
Tuesday, 18 November 2014
Chakravarthi Simhadri, Department of Chemistry (Hof lab)
Danesh Shahnazian, Department of Psychology (Holroyd lab)
Greg Pearey, Exercise Science, Physical & Health Education and Division of Medical sciences, (Zehr lab)
Bridget Ryan, Department of Biology (Chow lab)
20 January 2014
David Minkley, Department of Biology
"Transposable element proliferation and the salmonid whole-genome duplication."
25 November 2013
Jordan Poley, Molecular Genetics, Atlantic Veterinary College, Prince Edward Island University
"Molecular pathways involved in sea lice (Lepeophtheirus salmonis) resistance to chemotherapeutants commonly used in aquaculture."
04 Novemeber 2013
Amy Montgomery, Department of Mechanical Engineering
"Neural Differentiation Of Induced Pluripotent Stem Cells In 3d Matrices."
21 October 2013
Kevin Daze, Department of Chemistry
"Chemical tools that probe protein-protein interactions important in epigenetic pathways."
30 September 2013
Graham Garnett, Department of Chemistry
"Small molecule hosts as enrichment reagents for post-translationally modified proteins."
16 September 2013
Taryn Klarner, School of Exercise Science, Physical & Health Education
“More Connected than your Social Network: Communicative Pathways of the Nervous System”
17 June 2013
Division of Medical Sciences, Neuroscience Program
" Effects of prenatal ethanol exposure on dentate gyrus ultrastructure”
15 May 2013
Sara Tabet, Department of Chemistry
"Supramolecular hosts that bind methylated lysines: new assays and structure-function relationships"
06 May 2013
Akina Umemoto, Department of Psychology
An electrophysiological (event-related potential, ERP) study of reward processing in children with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder".
15 April 2013
Connor O'Sullivan, Department of Biochemistry and Microbiology
"Ars2 as a Critical Factor for Myogenic Progenitor Proliferation and Differentiation"
18 March 2013
Andrew Boyce, Neuroscience
"Stroke alters large-pore Pannexin-1 channel localization: Implications for neural cell viability?"
21 February 2013
Ralph McWhinnie, Department of Biochemistry & Microbiology
“Transcription control in prokaryotes: creating synthetic promoters"
07 February 2013
Ben Sutherland, Department of Biology
"Sea lice and salmon - using gene expression to understand parasite stress and host susceptibility"
06 December 2012
Nima Khadem Mohtaram, Department of Mechanical Engineering
"Development of Micro and Nano-structured Neural Tissue Engineering Scaffolds"
22 November 2012
Leigh Wicki-Stordeur, Neuroscience
"Pannexin 1 regulates stem cells within the brain"
01 November 2012
Oliver Krupke, Department of Biochemistry/Microbiology
"Regulating cell shape change in the developing embryo"