Student excellence in research at the Medical Sciences Research Day


Graduate research excellence was on display at the Medical Sciences Research Day 2017. Of the research presented, two Farncombe graduate students were recognized for the high calibre of their work. Elizabeth Perez, a Masters student in the Collins/Bercik lab,247-farncombe-2015 won a first place prize for her oral presentation entitled: “Gnotobiotic mice colonized with GAD microbiota display anxiety-like behaviour, innate immune activation, and altered BDNF expression”. Luna ElDakiky, a Masters student in the Stearns lab, IMG_7205 EDITwon second place for her poster presentation on “Development of a Targeted Bacterial Culture Strategy to Study the Impact of Solid Food Introduction on Development of the Infant Gut Microbiome”. Congratulations to both of them.

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