1st Annual Meeting of the BSC, Waterloo, June 2015

Cory Campbell

  • PhD candidate in Biochemistry at Concordia University
  • Supervisor Dr. Peter Pawelek, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, Concordia University
  • Work presented: Biophysical Approaches in the Development of a Coupled Glucosyltransferase Assay Employing E. coli UDP-Glucose Dehydrogenase

Brief Description of Work

Abdullah Khan

  • MSc candidate in Chemistry, Concordia University
  • Supervisors: Dr. Christine DeWolf, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry at Concordia University and Dr. Antonella Badia, Départment de Chimie at Université de Montréal
  • Work presented: Impact of nanoparticles on lung surfactant functioning

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Claire Zhao

  • PhD candidate in Biomedical Engineering, Johns Hopkins University
  • Supervisor: Dr. Raimond L. Winslow, Department of Biomedical Engineering, Johns Hopkins University
  • Work presented: Mechanisms of Phosphodiesterase Interactions in Cardiac Cyclic Nucleotide Cross- Talk Signaling Network

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Biophysical Society Meeting, Baltimore, February 2015

Sponsored by Fisher Scientific and TA Instruments

Jessica Besaw

  • Chemistry MSc candidate, Memorial University of Newfoundland
  • Supervisors: Dr. Christopher Rowley, Department of Chemistry, and Dr. Valerie Booth, Department of Biochemistry and Department of Physics and Physical Oceanography
  • Work presented: A computational and experimental study of the structure of FOXL1 protein

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Kevin C. Courtney

  • Biochemistry PhD candidate, University of Ottawa, Ottawa Hospital Research Institute
  • Supervisor: Dr. Xiaohui Zha, Ottawa Hospital Research Institute
  • Work presented: Long acyl chain sphingolipids govern visible microdomains and cholesterol in both model and plasma membranes

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Souryvanh Nirasay

  • Chemistry PhD candidate, Université du Québec à Montréal
  • Supervisor: Dr. Isabelle Marcotte, Department of Chemistry
  • Work presented: Polydopamine as an efficient polymer to prepare biologically relevant supported lipid bilayers

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