Alison AllanDepartment Chair & Professor
Research Interests / Specializations: Cellular and molecular mechanisms of cancer metastasis, translational research, development of blood biomarkers of metastasis.
Medical Sciences Building, Room 443A; London Regional Cancer Program, LHSC, Victoria Research Labs, Rm. A4-132
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Brian AllmanAssociate Professor
Nathalie BerubeAssociate Professor, Clinical Department Paediatrics
Tyler BeveridgeAssistant Professor
Research Interests / Specializations: Using a fundamental understanding of human anatomy to improve surgical technique and post-operative outcomes. Our present research interests include collaborations in the fields of Urology, Plastics and Orthopaedics.
Arthur BrownProfessor & Associate Chair, Research
Research Interests / Specializations: Design and development of experimental therapies to improve recovery and regeneration after spinal cord injury, brain injury and stroke.
David CechettoProfessor Emeritus (active), Director of Rebuilding Health in Rwanda
Sandrine De RibaupierreAssociate Professor & MD, Clinical Department Clinical Neurological Sciences
Martin DuennwaldAssociate Professor & MD
Research Interests / Specializations: The Duennwald lab explores the role of protein misfolding and cellular protein quality control in neurodegenerative diseases and cancer. Our research combines work in yeast models, cultured mammalian cells, in vitro biochemistry, and pathological studies.
Anna FariasLecturer - Windsor Campus
Lauren FlynnAssociate Professor (Joint Appointment with the Department of Chemical & Biochemical Engineering, Faculty of Engineering)
Research Interests / Specializations: Development of cell-based regenerative strategies for soft connective tissue regeneration, therapeutic angiogenesis, and wound healing; Design of cell-instructive biomaterials for stem cell culture and delivery.
Douglas HamiltonAssociate Professor, Clinical Department Dentistry
Research Interests / Specializations: Pathology of impaired wound healing; design of novel biomaterials for soft tissue regeneration; cellular mechanotransduction and extracellular matrix synthesis
Victor HanProfessor & MD, Clinical Department Paediatrics
Lisa HoffmanAssistant Professor
Research Interests / Specializations: Research program focusses on the role of gap junction proteins (connexins) and a related family of large-pore channel forming proteins (pannexins) in human health and disease.
Patrick LajoieAssistant Professor
Research Interests / Specializations: Models of protein folding diseases, aging, Huntington’s Disease, mechanisms of transcription, yeast genetics, design of fluorescent reporters and live cell imaging
Peeyush LalaProfessor Emeritus (active)
Research Interests / Specializations: Research in our laboratory investigates cellular and molecular mechanisms at the fetal-maternal interface responsible for human placental development in health and disease, and those responsible for invasion and metastasis in breast cancer with a goal to prevent certain fetal-maternal maladies, and to develop new modes of breast cancer therapy.
Steven Laviolette Professor
Charys MartinAssistant Professor
Research Interests / Specializations: Specializes in anatomy undergraduate medical education. Research focuses on evidence-based medical education.
Sarah McLeanAssistant Professor, Clinical Department Physiology and Pharmacology
Derek MitchellAssociate Professor, Cross Appointment with the Department of Psychiatry
Research Interests / Specializations: Interests include cognitive neuroscience approaches to emotional processes and empathy, and determining their role and modification in various psychiatric and neurological disorders.
Corey MooreAssociate Professor
Michelle MottolaProfessor, Joint appointment with the Faculty of Health Sciences in Kinesiology
Research Interests / Specializations: Best-practice strategies for a healthy lifestyle during pregnancy and post-delivery, how exercise and a healthy lifestyle impact women at risk for and diagnosed with diabetes or obesity during pregnancy and their babies up to one year of age, and the effects of exercise during pregnancy on mother and fetus.
Silvia PenuelaAssistant Professor
Research Interests / Specializations: Cell biology and function of pannexin channels in healthy tissues and their dysregulation in cancer.
Marco PradoProfessor, Joint Appointment with the Department of Physiology & Pharmacology and Robarts Research Institute
Vania PradoProfessor, Cross Appointment with Physiology & Pharmacology and Robarts Research Institute
Raj Rajakumar Associate Professor, Clinical Department Psychology
Research Interests / Specializations: Novel strategies for disease modifying intervention in human neurodegenerative disorders
Stephen RenaudAssistant Professor
Research Interests / Specializations: Reproductive biology and immunology, with a focus on development of the placenta and what goes wrong during pregnancy complications.
Charles RiceProfessor, Joint Appointment with the Faculty of Health Sciences, Department of Kinesiology
Kem RogersProfessor, Professor, Construction Oversight Committee
Walter Rushlow Associate Professor, Associate Chair Undergraduate Studies, Clinical Departemnt Psychology
Martin SandigAssociate Professor
Susanne SchmidAssociate Professor, Associate Dean for Graduate & Postdoctoral Studies
Research Interests / Specializations: Mechanism of sensory filtering and sensory processing disruptions in autism and other neurodevelopmental disorders.
Trevor ShepherdAssociate Professor, Clinical Department Obstetrics & Gynaecology
Research Interests / Specializations: Development of patient-derived model systems for the study of ovarian cancer metastasis and discovery of potential therapeutic vulnerabilities.
Krishna SinghAssistant Professor
Paul A. WaltonAssociate Professor, Associate Chair Graduate Studies
Research Interests / Specializations: We study the age-related decrease in catalase import into the peroxisome, and investigate the effects of restoring catalase in a number of pathological conditions.
Shawn WhiteheadAssociate Professor
Research Interests / Specializations: Identifying and targeting early risk factors of cognitive impairment.
Katherine WillmoreAssistant Professor
Tim WilsonAssociate Professor
Research Interests / Specializations: Digitally enumerate and model the anatomical changes following maxillomandibular (MMA) surgery employed to correct obstructive sleep apnea. Measure neurophysiological behaviours (cerebral blood flow, eye-tracking, fNIRS) that accompany learning and/or skill acquisition in pedagogic environments.