Upcoming Thesis Defences

April 2018


April 17

12:00 pm in room RGN2112

"Investigating the Role of Sirtuin 1 in the Pulmonary Vascular Response to Chronic Hypoxia-Induced Pulmonary Hypertension"

Mohamad Taha, PhD in Cellular and Molecular Medicine

Thesis supervisor: Duncan Stewart

April 20

9:30 am in room RGN2112

"Characterization of Novel Small Molecule Potentiators of Oncolytic Virotherapy"

Ramya Krishnan, PhD in Biochemistry

Thesis supervisors: Jean-Simon Diallo & John Bell

April 23

1:30 pm in room RGN2021

     "Repurposing Clinic-Tested Drugs to treat rare Neurogenetic Diseases by Transcriptional Modulation"

     Jeremiah Hadwen, PhD in Cellular and Molecular Medicine

Thesis supervisor: Alexander MacKenzie

April 23

1:30 pm in room RGN2022

    "The Efficacy of Specific Activation of D1-class Dopamine Receptors to Enhance Motor Recovery in Mice Following Cortical Photothrombotic Stroke"

    Annette Gower, MSc in Neuroscience

Thesis supervisor: Mario Tiberi

April 24

9:30 am in room RGN1007

    "Pharmacological Improvement of Oncolytic Virotherapy"

    Mohammed Selman, PhD in Biochemistry

Thesis supervisor: Jean-Simon Diallo

April 24

10:00 am in room RGN2112

    "Non-Purulent Skin and Soft Tissue Infections in the Emergency Department"

    Krishan Yadav, MSc in Epidemiology

Thesis supervisors: Ian Stiell & George Wells

April 24

1:30 pm in room RGN2021

   "Selective induction of programmed-cell death in HIV-infected macrophages"

    Ramon Caballero, MSc in Microbiology and Immunology

Thesis supervisor: Ashok Kumar

April 26

9:30 am in room RGN2022

    "The role of p130/DREAM in silencing self-renewal genes in post-mitotic neurons"

    Joelle Azzi, MSc in Cellular and Molecular Medicine

Thesis supervisor: Ruth Slack

April 30

1:30 pm in room RGN2112

    "The role of human cord blood endothelial colony forming cell-derived microvesicles in acute kidney injury (AKI)"

    Randa Haneef, MSc in Cellular and Molecular Medicine

Thesis supervisor: Kevin Burns


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