uOttawa researchers in Cellular and Molecular Medicine uncover new protein modification
Dr. Michael Downey’s recent publication in Cell Reports titled “A Screen for Candidate Targets of Lysine Polyphosphorylation Uncovers a Conserved Network Implicated in Ribosome Biogenesis” is an example of the importance and potential of basic science research.
Dance like nobody’s watching, says this year’s artist in residence
Every year the Faculty of Medicine chooses one artist from the community to share his or her craft with first- and second-year MD students. 2018 will be a year of creative movement at Roger Guindon Hall.
Could stem cells repair the heart, fight infections, mend premature lungs, and heal the brain after stroke?
Researchers from uOttawa, The Ottawa Hospital and CHEO are bringing discoveries made in the lab closer to human trials and therapies, thanks to four new peer-reviewed research grants from the Stem Cell Network worth $999,900.