Lab members

Current Lab Members

Oluwadara (Dara) Elebute M.Sc. Student. System-wide analyis of NGS datasets. (co-supervised with Dr. Cassone)

Harald Grove M.Sc. Student. Metabolic physiology of Galleria mellonella. (co-supervised with Dr. Cassone).

Nicholas Kurchaba M.Sc. Student. Chronic and acute effects of microplastics exposure in zebrafish larvae.

Caleb Northam USRA student. Mitochondrial consequences of PGC-1s silencing in larval zebrafish.

Courtney Geer Undergraduate Summer student. Long term effects of microplastics ingestion in zebrafish.

Past Lab Members

Harald Grove Undergraduate Thesis student. Digestive physiology of Galleria mellonella. (co-supervised with Dr. Cassone).Current position: M.Sc. candidate.

Nicholas Kurchaba Undergraduate Thesis student. Project: Inflammatory response of microplastics exposure in zebrafish larvae. (co-supervised with Dr. Ardelli). Current position: M.Sc. candidate.

Caleb Northam USRA student/Undergraduate Thesis student. Project: Metabolic effects of PGC-1s silencing in larval zebrafish. Current position: USRA student.

Olivia Pieroni Undergraduate Thesis student. Project: Nutrient transport and metabolism in Cryptobia salmositica. (co-supervised with Dr. Ardelli)

Raphaël Lagarde Visiting Ph.D. student. Project: Diverging metabolic phenotype of 2 sympatric species of climbing gobies. Current position: Ph.D candidate at Hydro-Réunion

Bailey Kelleher Topics/Summer student. Project: Transcriptional effects of microplastics in larval zebrafish.

Jordyn Duncan Topics student, Project: Metabolic consequences of artificial climbing in tropical gobies. Current Position: ND candidate, CCNM

Amber Hiebert Summer student, Student volunteer. Project: swimming energetics of zebrafish/climbing gobies kinematics and enzymatic capacity. Current Position: M.Sc. candidate, University of Manitoba

Charlotte Smith Topics student. Project: metabolite profiling in migrating gobies. Current position: Bachelor of Nursing candidate, Brandon University.

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