Research Interests Research in the Messier laboratory focuses on how glucose modulates memory in the mammalian brain. Park is a neuroscientist studying molecular mechanisms of stroke and Parkinson's Disease.
This research has three main areas of interest 1) Functional changes produced by memory processing using immunocytochemical detection 2) Interaction between glucose metabolism and memory processes in animals and humans 3) Physiology and neuropsychology of memory. He is a Heart and Stroke Career Investigator, the Co-director of the Parkinson's Research Consortium, a member of the scientific board of the Parkinson's Society of Canada, and the Assistant Dean of Medicine, Research and Special Projects.
Couture holds a Canada Research Chair in Structural Biology and Epigenetics studying lipid-protein and protein-protein interactions in the context of the structural regulation of transcription. Research Interests Research interests of Carleton Immersive Media Studio include the representation and creation of architecture, religion and architecture, microhistory, hybrid representation, and ethno-cultural materials and methods of construction (architecture, science, engineering, and biomedical imaging/representation). He holds the Diener Chair in Neurodegenerative Diseases and is the Director of the Microscopy Imaging Laboratory in the Centre for Research in Neurodegenerative Disease, University of Toronto.
Research Interests Research in the Couture laboratory focuses on cellular epigenetics. Couture uses structural techniques to examine how chromatin (and associated protein) dynamics regulate 1) histone modifying enzymes (HMEs), 2) polypeptide cofactors regulating HME activities and 3) histone deposition. Architectural technologies, and ethno-cultural explorations are applied to the representation of molecular and cognitive changes in diseased brain. Research Interests Research in the Fraser laboratory focuses on the biochemistry and biophysics of amyloid plaques and their relationship to familial and sporadic Alzheimer Disease. She is a Senior Research Scientist at the Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre and Professor at the University of Toronto.
Program Curriculum [details] Neuroscience/Cell Biology; Themes: A, C Dr. The goal of the Lanctt laboratory is to optimize the psychopharmacological management of these neuropsychiatric symptoms.
Program Curriculum [details] Biomarker/Drug Discovery; Themes: D, E Dr.
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She is the Director of the CIHR Training Program in Neurodegenerative Lipidomics, University Research Chair in Neurolipidomics, and the Associate Director Education of the Ottawa Institute of Systems Biology.
Research Interests Researchers in the Neural Regeneration Laboratory work towards identifying new therapeutic targets that can reduce brain damage or restore brain function following injury. Arnason is a ethnopharmacologist and medicinal chemist. Baetz is a yeast geneticist exploring the molecular and genetic bases for chromosomal instability.
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