Upcoming Thesis Defences

November 2018


November 19

1:30 pm - RGN2021, 451 Smyth Road

A Simplified Serotonin Neuron Model
Emerson Harkin, MSc in Neuroscience

Thesis supervisors: Jean-Claude Béîque and Richard Naud

November 23

9:30 am - RGN2112, 451 Smyth Road

Characterization of Post-translational Modification of ATG16L1 in Antibacterial Autophagy
Reham Alsaadi, MSc in Cellular and Molecular Medicine

Thesis supervisor: Ryan Russell

November 27

1:30 pm - RGN2021, 451 Smyth Road

Elucidating the Proteomic Interactions of the mixed Lineage Leukemia Mutant MLL-PTD
Kaitlin Kharas, MSc in Cellular and Molecular Medicine

Thesis supervisor: Marjorie Brand

1:30 pm - RGN3001, 451 Smyth Road

The Role of Hexokinase II in the Regulation of Glycolysis
Chae Young Han, PhD in Cellular and Molecular Medicine

Thesis supervisor: Benjamin Tsang

November 28

1:30 pm - RGN2022, 451 Smyth Road

Biomarker Discovery and Extracellular Vesicle Proteomic Signatures in Pediatric Inflammatory
Bowel Disease

Shelley Deeke, PhD in Biochemistry

Thesis supervisors: Daniel Figeys & Alain Stintzi

December 2018


December 6

1:30 pm - RGN2022, 451 Smyth Road

Association between Prenatal Exposure to 2009 Pandemic H1N1 Influenza Vaccination and Infection during Pregnancy and Development of Immune-related Child Health Outcomes
Laura Walsh, MSc in Epidemiology

Thesis supervisors: Deshayne Fell & Stephen Hawken

December 17

1:30 pm - RGN2021, 451 Smyth Road

Characterizing the Role of Protein Arginine Methyltransferase 7 (PRMT7) in Breast Cancer
Nasim Haghandish, PhD in Cellular and Molecular Medicine

Thesis supervisor: Jocelyn Côté


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