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I am a student researcher at the Tom Baker Cancer Center. In this role, I design, execute, and present clinical trials and database research studies. My research focuses on pancreatic and lung cancer, and aims to identify treatments that improve cancer patients’ chance at survival.

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How does your brain encode, store and retrieve memories? And where do all those memories live until you need them?

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Many doctors prescribe antibiotics to cure infections. But should they be prescribing viruses instead?

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Most cells in your body have specific functions. Others can become different cell types. This second category of cells might hold important clues for cancer researchers.

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Eating laundry pods can be dangerous, even deadly. Learn the science behind why.

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When your body needs to metamorphosize(change), battle infection, or restore balance, some of your cells may go through a process called apoptosis (programmed cell death).

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Experiments, theories, and fun facts about the relationship between dish size and portion size.

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Are you much sleepier in the morning than the adults in your life? That’s because your body and their bodies produce melatonin at different times.

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Whether it is instructing some games to play at recess, asking companies for sponsorship or answering emails, my role encompasses anything and everything.

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