briony lagoBriony Lago has joined the lab as part of her McMaster Chemical Biology Co-Op program. She will be working on our ‘Omic’ Responses & Inactivity in Aging project (a collaboration with colleagues in Kinesiology & Chemistry, see here) as well as our collaboration with Bates College on the role of Nfe2 in the oxidative stress response during zebrafish development (see here).

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UnknownThe McArthur lab is proud to collaborate with colleagues in the Faculty of Science on the metabolic and transcriptional responses to human inactivity and aging under the leadership of Dr. Stuart Phillips (pictured) of the Department of Kinesiology’s Exercise Metabolism Research Group. Dr. Phillips successfully competed in Faculty of Science Call for Interdisciplinary Projects 2015 to obtain funding for this project, which also includes Dr. Martin Gibala (Department of Kinesiology) and Dr. Philip Britz‐McKibbin of the Department of Chemistry.

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