Meet the Lab Series

nutritional sciencesThe following stories provide a personal look at our graduate students in the lab.

A Student on the Road Less Travelled
From stone mason to Alzheimer's researcher, Paul McKeever has followed an unconventional path.

Literacy Secrets = Understanding How Children Learn to Read
What are the best ways to promote literacy in children? As an early literacy specialist who taught parents and preschool teachers, Trelani Milburn answered that question many times.

U of T Student Lands Sandler Fellowship in U.S.
It’s been a good year for Joe Bondy-Denomy at the University of Toronto. He got married at Hart House, co-authored three science papers and finished his doctorate. Now, the Department of Molecular Genetics student has more good news: he’ll soon be a Sandler Fellow at the University of California, San Francisco.

She Does it Her Way (And it Works)
“Don’t stay in school.” Most kids never hear those words from their parents. But when Yuqing Yang announced she would do a PhD at the University of Toronto, her mother was upset.

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Student Profiles
Jessica Palermo, Pharmacology and Toxicology
Charlotte Anderson, Rehabilitation Sciences Institute
Luisa Garzon, Rehabilitation Sciences Institute
Reema Shafi, Rehabilitation Sciences Institute
Andreea Zurbau, Nutritional Sciences
Zhila Semnani-Azad, Nutritional Sciences
Nathan Chan, Physiology
Amatullah Fatehi, Biochemistry

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