Student's seminars: 2017

Meakins-Christie Laboratories
Seminars should be 15 min + 5 min question period




Wednesday, October 18

1:35 Henry Yu Methods used to study the internalization and fate of cell membrane receptors
1:55 Sibat Anam "Disease in a dish" using pluripotent stem cells
2:15 Irina Perlitch Production and applications of organoids
2:35 Ali Reyes Organs on chips to model human diseases
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3:15 Dana Abou Samhadaneh Intracellular probes to measure oxidative stress
3:35 Jeffery Wang Mapping of neural circuits
3:55 Sabrina Bartolucci Single cell mass cytometry
4:15 Zhaoyu Wang Calcium imaging  in live animals

Wednesday, October 25

1:35 Sathyen Prabhu Chromatin immunoprecipitation  (ChIP)
1:55 Marion Lacroix Exome Sequencing
2:15 Jennifer Gantchev Use of transposons to study gene function
2:35 Phillis Liang Targeting RNA using CRISPR
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3:15 Wendy Zhao Biomedical and therapeutic applications of aptamers
3:35 Timothy Liao Generation of genetically engineered animals for food
3:55 Rebecca Robertson Genome-wide association studies
4:15 Kiana Khazaei  

Wednesday, November 1

1:35 Kaleela Kadir Carbon nanotubes and their potential use for drug delivery 
1:55 Robert Dziarmaga DNA vaccines
2:15 Jamilah Abusarah Dendritic cell vaccines
2:35 Qian Li Oncolytic viruses in cancer therapy
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3:15 Niusha Khazaei  Gene therapy
3:35 Danielle Kasis Akal Use of gene drives to target mosquito-borne diseases: methodology, current progress and ethical issues
3:55 Neelakshi Pandey Scaffolds and cells for tissue engineering

Updated 14 September, 2017