Research faculty

NameAreaContact
Academic Clinician, Affiliate Professor
Medical genetics, genetic disorders and conditions specific to Indigenous populations, Long QT Syndrome, Primary Biliary Cirrhosis (PBC) and birth defects
Office: Medical Sciences Building, room 230
Associate Professor, Neuroscience
Synaptic plasticity, stroke, diabetes, in vivo imaging
Office: Medical Sciences Building, room 222
Professor, Neuroscience
Division of Medical Sciences
Neurobiology of schizophrenia and depression, biomarkers and discovery of novel drug targets in mood and psychotic disorders
Office: Medical Sciences Building 226
Full Professor, Neuroscience
Hippocampus, learning and memory, developmental disorders, aging, sex differences, electrophysiology
Office: Medical Sciences Building, room 218
Professor, Anatomy, Histology and Neuroanatomy
Morphogenesis
Psychiatric epidemiology, perinatal and post-partum mental health
social geographies of health, health inequities and urban structure, social gradients in health outcomes, disability and public policy, childhood obesity, media coverage of health
Academic Administrator, Associate Professor, DMSC
Adoptive T Cell Therapy of Breast Cancer
Office: Medical Sciences Building, room 326
Associate Professor, Neuroscience
Synapse ultrastructure, myogenesis & muscle cell fusion, live-cell imaging & electron microscopy
Office: Medical Sciences Building, room 220
Informatics research, particularly Electronic Medical Records, Consumer Informatics and Personal Health Records, Continuity of Care Research and Improved Medication Use through Clinical Decision Support
Associate Professor
Associate Professor
Neurogenesis and the bioelectric control of new neurons in healthy and injured/diseased brain. Evaluation of specific ion channels as therapeutic targets for brain repair
Office: Medical Sciences Building, room 224
Tissue engineered scaffolds for promoting stem cell differentiation, novel drug delivery systems, and analysis of stem cell differentiation using next generation sequencing
Office: Medical Sciences Building, room 336
Neural control of rhythmic human movement; coordination of the arms and legs during locomotion; neuromuscular plasticity and motor recovery after stroke