2014 CSC Travel Fellowships
The following CSC trainee members were selected to receive a CSC travel award to attend the 2014 conference of the Society for Research on Biological Rhythms, at Big Sky Resort, MO, June 14-18, 2014. These were awarded on the basis of the merit of the abstract they submitted for the SRBR conference. The awardees are:
Victoria Smith, University of Calgary (laboratory of Dr. Michael Antle) for her presentation entitled: "Serotonergic enhancement of photic phase shifts: BMY7378 does not require the serotonergic fibers connecting the median raphe nucleus to the suprachiasmatic nucleus"
Marie-Amélie Lukaszewski, Saint-Justine Hospital, Montreal (laboratory of Dr. Anne-Monique Nuyt) for her presentation entitled: "Effects of neonatal transient high oxygen exposure on circadian regulation of energy metabolism of adult male rats"
Congratulations to both awardees!
Merit Awards of the First Conference of the Canadian Society for Chronobiology, May 2013
Congratulations to the trainees who won a prize at the conference for the quality of their presentation!
Oral Post-doc: Cuesta, Marc, Douglas Mental Health University Institute, McGill University, Montreal, QC "Differential responses of peripheral and central circadian oscillators to glucocorticoids in humans"
Oral Student: Al-Safadi, Sherin, Concordia University, Montreal, QC "Stress-induced PER1 expression in the rat limbic forebrain and hypothalamus"
Poster Behaviour: Atallah, Jade, University of Toronto at Mississauga, Mississauga, ON "Genes underlying social influence on Drosophila melanogaster clock"
Poster Human: Grundy, Anne, Queen’s University, Kingston, ON "Shift work, circadian gene variants and risk of breast cancer"
Poster Neurosciences: Ling, Harrod, University of Toronto at Mississauga, Mississauga, ON "Characterization of Ubiquitin Ligase UBR4 in the murine suprachiasmatic nucleus"
Poster Physiology: Fortier, Erin, Douglas Mental Health University Institute, McGill University, Montreal, QC "Circadian control of response to immunization"
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