Congratulations to Lidiya Misyura on her Masters degree. Lidiya’s thesis will be conferred with high distinction and nominated for the yearly thesis prize. Best wishes to Lidiya on her next endeavour at the University of Toronto Mississauga’s Master of Management of Innovation and her future goals.
Congratulations to Gil Yerushalmi for defending his MSc thesis which is published in the Journal of Experimental Biology. The examination committee recommended awarding Gil’s MSc with high distinction with a nomination for the yearly thesis prize. Best Wishes to Gil as he embarks on his next challenge, surviving a trip to southeast Asia and then Med School at U of T.
We would like to thank Peter Piermarini for organizing the OARDC Mosquito Conference 2018 and inviting us to participate. It was a great meeting!
Congratulations to the talented people in the lab:
Congratulations to Andrea Durant who was offered an Ontario Graduate Scholarship.
Congratulations to Lidiya Misyura who was offered an Ontario Graduate Scholarship, an NSERC Post Graduate Scholarships -Doctoral Program, and a position in the Master of Management of Innovation Program at UTM!! A collection of exceptional achievements!
Congratulations to Fargol Nowghani who was offered an NSERC Canada Graduate Scholarships – Master’s Program.
Fargol Nowghani presented her recent work on the effects of salt pollution on mayfly larval physiology at the 2nd Biennial Mayfly Symposium in the Best in Science Symposium series organized and funded by the Ontario Ministry of the Environment and Climate Change. Thank you Trudy Watson Leung for organizing a great day of mayfly research.
Congratulations to Fargol Nowghani and Sima Jonusaite. Their work is hi-lighted on the cover of this months issue of Journal of Experimental Biology. Issue Cover Hi-light
Congratulations to Fargol Nowghani! Her undergraduate thesis on mayfly ion regulation was hi-lighted on Yfile, published in the Journal of Experimental Biology and she received the AGSBS Thesis Prize! Mayfly yfile article
Heath MacMillan, Gil Yerushalmi and Sima Jonusaite published a study in Scientific Reports demonstrating that flies suffer from leaky guts in the cold, adding to our successful continued collaborative work with Dr. Scott Kelly.
Thank you Heath MacMillan for a couple of GREAT years! You’ve left your mark on the lab and we hope to keep working together with you. BEST WISHES!! at your new post as Assistant Prof at Carleton!
Congratulations to Heath MacMillan for being awarded the President’s Prize and Andrea Durant for being awarded the Holeton award at this years annual Canadian Society of Zoologists meeting in Winnipeg.
Congratulations to Gil Yerushalmi for being awarded an NSERC Canada Graduate Scholarship and being offered an Ontario Graduate Scholarship.
The lab recently returned from the Experimental Biology 2017 meeting in Chicago, Illinois where Andrea Durant was awarded 2nd place prize in the Scholander competition for her work on ammonia excretion in larval mosquitoes; Gil Yerushalmi competed in the Scholander competition for his work on cold tolerance physiology in fruit flies; and Lidiya Misyura was selected to deliver an oral presentation in the “Trainee driven research” special symposium.
Congratulations to Lidiya Misyura and Gil Yerushalmi for being awarded the Vernon Oliver Stong Scholarship in Science. Announcement
Congratulations to Lidiya Misyura for being awarded the AGSBS Dean’s Honours Undergraduate Thesis award for 2016.
Congratulations to Andrea Durant on her first publication! Aedes aegypti Rhesus glycoproteins contribute to ammonia excretion by larval anal papillae in the Journal of Experimental Biology. Article