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Celebrating our achievements

This month, we would like to congratulate the following students on their recent accomplishments:

Lori Lowes, PhD Candidate
Lori Lowes, a PhD Candidate in the Department of Anatomy and Cell Biology, was selected to present her work in an invited platform presentation at the second International Symposium on Advances in Circulating Tumor Cells (ACTC) in Crete, Greece, held on October 8 to 11, 2014. She did such a great job that she was recently invited as a keynote speaker at another meeting in Berlin, Germany in March 2015.

Stephanie Dorman, PhD Candidate
Congratulations to Stephanie Dorman, PhD Candidate in the Department of Biochemistry, on the recent publication of her scientific report entitled Splicing Mutation Analysis Reveals Previously Unrecognized Pathways in Lymph Node-Invasive Breast Cancer in Nature. Click here for more information on Dorman’s acheivement.

Kendall Noel, PhD Candidate
Congratulations to Kendall Noel, PhD Candidate in the Department of Family Medicine, on the recent publication of her article entitled Not a Loss of Professionalism in the September 2014 issue of Canadian Family Physician. Click here to read the article.

Sonya Van Nuland, MSc Candidate
Congratulations to Sonya Van Nuland, MSc Candidate in the Department of Anatomy and Cell Biology, on the recent publication of her report entitled Head to Head: The Role of Academic Competition in Undergraduate Anatomical Education in Anatomical Sciences Education. Click here to read the report.

Lynn Zhu, PhD Candidate
Congratulations to Lynn Zhu, PhD Candidate in the Department of Epidemiology and Biostatistics, on recently receiving the Margery Boyce Bursary from the Canadian Association on Gerontology for her work on engaging the older adult population in monthly research seminars.