Celebrating your recent achievements
Congratulations to all faculty, staff and trainees on your recent accomplishments and successes.
Michael Tauro completed his MSc degree with the Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine. He was supervised by Martin Duennwald,
Dr. Matthew Cecchini, a resident in anatomical pathology, received the Ontario Medical Association's Resident Achievement Award.
Bethany Radford and David Zuanazzi from the Department of Biochemistry successfully defended their
Michael Iacocca and Christopher Chiasson from the Department of Biochemistry successfully defended their MSc theses.
Muhan (Violet) Lui and Pirunthan Perampalam from the Department of Biochemistry received Travel Awards from the Centre for Translational Cancer Research.
Congratulations to the trainees who received awards at the Imaging Network of Ontario's 2019 Symposium:
ORAL AWARD WINNERS
Dual bioluminescence imaging reveals remarkable tumour self-seeding of spontaneous and experimental metastases in mice
Iterative Design of a Small-Animal Hip-Hemiarthroplasty Model for Preclinical Orthopaedic Research
Seva Ioussoufovitch, Biomedical Engineering
Erind Alushaj, MSc Candidate, Neuroscience
Alexander Matheson, MSc Candidate, Medical Biophysics
POSTER AWARD WINNERS
Microvessel Detection in Power Doppler Ultrasound Using Adaptive Singular Value Decomposition Clutter Filtering
Metabolite Levels Differ in Contact and Non-Contact Sport Female Varsity Athletes
Hui Wang, Biomedical Engineering