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I am an Associate Professor at the York University Department of Biology. We study the gene expression of La and La related proteins.

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I’m a virologist who studies human adenoviruses, some of which cause potentially life-threatening respiratory infections. I also teach in the Department of Molecular Genetics at the University of Toronto.

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I am a 3rd year PhD student in Environmental Health

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I am a 4th year PhD Candidate in Biological Sciences at the University of Calgary and I study group-living in animals.

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I am a 2nd year MSc. student in physics, at Simon Fraser University. I study molecular motors.

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DNA barcoding is a genetic approach to species identification. Once a barcode sequence has been obtained for a species, it is placed in a database that can be used to assign identities to unknown specimens. This ever growing library of DNA sequences also allows us to look into how species are related and how they came to be. This is what I am most interested in.

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I use DNA-based tools to identify species. We use them for many applications in both basic and applied research. My work has a special focus on using these tools to support Food Security.

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I am a third year PhD student in Microbiology. My research is about bacteria (maybe you’d call them “germs”), and how they stick to surfaces in communities called biofilms.

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I am a second year research coordinator that makes games to help kids move better.

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