Postdoctoral Fellowship Award Recipients

The following trainees were awarded, in previous years, Postdoctoral Fellowship Awards:
 
 
2015
  • Mekayla Storer, Miller Lab, Hospital for Sick Children - Influence of maternal cytokines on establishment of neural stem cell pools in progeny
  • Caroline Brun, Rudnicki Lab, Ottawa Hospital Research Institute - Shh signalling controls the lineage choice of the satellite stem cells
 
2014
  • Lisa Marie Julian, Stanford Lab, Ottawa Hospital Research Institute - Modeling neural crest cell fate decisions and disease pathogenesis in lymphangioleiomyomatosis using skin-derived precursors
  • Bin Gu, Rossant Lab, Hospital for Sick Children - The role of Aire in promoting open chromatin and pluripotency in stem cells
  • Scott Yuzwa, Kaplan Lab, Hospital for Sick Children - Modeling the growth factor milieu of the developing mammalian neural stem cell niche: an integrated proteomic and transcriptomic approach
 
2013
  • Thomas Gonatopoulos Pournatzis, Blencowe Lab, University of Toronto - Identification and characterization of alternative splicing events that regulate translational output in embryonic stem cells
  • Danny Jeyaraju, Schimmer Lab, University Health Network - Characterizing and targeting the metabolic and redox vulnerabilities in AML and AML stem cells
 
2012
  • Natasha Chang, Rudnicki Lab, Ottawa Hospital Research Institute - Molecular regulation of asymmetric satellite stem cell division
  • Weijia Wang, Zandstra Lab, University of Toronto - Identification of novel regulators of human hematopoietic stem cell fate by a high-throughput microfluidics-enabled cell co-culture screen
  • Crystal Ruff, Fehling Lab, University Health Network - Neural precursor-mediated sub cortical remyelination in rodent disease models
 
2011
  • Joel Ross, Ellis Lab, Hospital for Sick Children - Modeling autism with induced pluripotent stem cells
  • Adam Johnson, Miller Lab, Hospital for Sick Children - Sox2-mediated regulation of adult Neural crest precursors and repair
  • Lamis Hammound, Rossant Lab, Hospital for Sick Children - Identifying and characterizing novel modulators of blood vessel formation using embryonic stem cells