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Congratulations to Raelynn Brassard from Dr. Joanne Lemieux's Lab on winning the IRTG studentship award 2019.
WELCOME Pauline Schepsky -Visiting German Trainee Pauline Schepsky
is a part of the IRTG group and is from Dr. Jutta Engel’s lab at the Saarland University in Germany.
She is visiting us till May 30, 2019. and will be working in Dr. Todd Alexander’s Lab. We wish Pauline a lot of success and a pleasant stay in Canada!
Fortunate to have Dr. Todd Alexander as a part of the MPDRG & IRTG “Pediatric nephrologist and #StolleryScienceLab Distinguished Researcher Todd Alexander is working to uncover what causes kidney stones in children, and develop therapies to help prevent them.”
Read more here..
WELCOME SARAH HAßDENTEUFEL -Visiting German Trainee Sarah Haßdenteufelis a part of the IRTG group and is from Dr. Zimmerman’s lab at the Saarland University in Germany. She is visiting us till November 30, 2018. and will be working in Dr. Howard Young’s Lab. We wish Sarah a lot of success and a pleasant stay in Canada!
Congratulations to our German Partner
Dr. Johannes Herrmann
from the Techinical Univeristy of Kaiserslautern on his recent manuscript in Science. Great work!
Science Magazine link :
Congratulations to Dr. Todd Alexander on being named the Program Director for the
Krescent Program. (Kidney Research Scientist Core Education and National Training)
KRESCENT — an exciting and unique training initiative aimed at enhancing kidney research capacity in Canada. The goal of this program is to train an increased number of highly skilled scientists, whose focus is the prevention of and improved treatments for kidney diseases. KRESCENT is a multi-partner collaboration, founded by the Kidney Foundation of Canada, the Canadian Society of Nephrology, and the Canadian Institutes of Health Research.
Read more about the program and a message from Todd here..
Congratulations to Janet Zhou from Dr. Elaine Leslie's Lab on winning the IRTG studentship award 2018.