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Friday, July 8, 2011

Dr. Linda Rehaume's research in Dr. Bob Hancock's lab studied the role of C-X-C chemokines in mammalian innate immunity. She has accepted a postdoc position at the University of Queensland Diamantina Institute with Professor Ranjeny Thomas. She will be dissecting the cellular mechanisms underlying arthritis and inflammatory bowel disease pathologies in autoimmune spondyloarthropathy. ubc_2011_spring_rehaume_linda.pdf

Wednesday, July 6, 2011

Dr. Matthias Fischer recently completed his PhD in Dr. Curtis Suttle's lab studing Cafeteria roenbergensis virus and its virophage Mavirus. He has started a postdoc position at the Max Planck Institute for Medical Research in Heidelberg, Germany where he will continue to work on viruses of protists. ubc_2011_spring_fischer_matthias.pdf

Wednesday, July 6, 2011

Joseph recently graduated with a Masters degree from Dr. Lindsay Eltis' lab and moved back to Calgary where he is working as a study co-ordinator for the Department of Population Health Research at the Tom Baker Cancer Centre. ubc_2011_spring_joseph_roberts.pdf

Wednesday, June 29, 2011

“With funding and support, Grand Challenges Canada will enable Canadian and developing-world scientists to introduce innovation and solve persistent global health problems. Grand Challenges Canada is committed to unlocking the potential of developing-world scientists – working with their Canadian counterparts to tackle health challenges and contribute to lasting solutions.” Dr. Santiago Ramon is a Canadian Rising Star in Global Health Centre for Tuberculosis Research (CTBR) researcher, Dr. Santiago Ramon, created a two minute video to call attention to TB and... Read More

Tuesday, April 19, 2011

Project Leader - Dr. Lindsay Eltis Co-Leader - Dr. William Mohn Co-Applicants - Drs. Steven Hallam, John Kadla, Jeremy Hall, Steven Withers Title: “Harnessing microbial diversity for sustainable use of forest biomass resources” Synopsis: The forestry products industry is one of Canada’s largest contributors to GDP; however, its role has been diminished by increasing competition, consumer demands for higher quality products and stakeho lder interest in improved forest management. A key part of remaining competitive involves... Read More

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