April 26, 2017 by Michal Galus

Introducing Maria Vu, M.Sc.

Maria Vu is the most recent graduate from the Trudeau Lab  as she successfully defended her M.Sc. thesis on Wednesday April 26th, 2017.  Maria’s research was focused on pioneering a novel approach to understanding how manipulation of gonadotropin-releasing hormone agonists and dopamine antagonists can stimulate reproduction in the Northern leopard frog and the Western clawed frog. Her interests…

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December 8, 2016 by Michal Galus

Introducing Dillon De Fonte, Master of the Glial Cell

Dillon De Fonte is the most recent graduate from the Trudeau Lab  as he successfully defended his M.Sc. thesis on Wednesday December 7th, 2016.  Dillons research was focused on radial glial cells in the teleost brain and how these cells, which are integral to neurogenesis and neurosteroidogenesis, are controlled and regulated. Using techniques which spanned the…

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October 28, 2016 by Michal Galus

Dr. Vance Trudeau shares his thoughts on Honors Research at University of Ottawa

Dr. Vance Trudeau recently took part in an interview discussing his opinions on honors research projects as part of the undergraduate learning experience at the University of Ottawa. You can check out the full interview by clicking here.  

September 1, 2016 by Michal Galus

One Last taste of summer at Lac Philippe

The annual outing to Lac Philippe in Gatineau Park is bittersweet for the Trudeau lab as it marks the end of summer but offers a day of much needed rest. We leave the pipettes, lab coats and experiments behind and trade them in for canoes, flip-flops and summer BBQ. Most of us are already looking…

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September 1, 2016 by Michal Galus

TeamEndo Workshop 2016

With a busy spring and summer behind the Trudeau lab, it was time for a yearly get together to catch up on the exciting progress the team has made. Not only is this annual workshop a great learning tool for all the research areas in the lab, but it spurs new ideas and collaborations for…

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September 1, 2016 by Michal Galus

Wishing Dr. Orihel Success

Congratulations to Dr. Diane Orihel who will be starting a tenure track faculty appointment at  Queens University in January of 2017. We are sad to see her leave the Trudeau lab but we are excited for the prospects of expanding our research program by tapping into her ecological and field-based expertise.   To learn more…

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June 20, 2016 by Michal Galus

Congratulations to the new TeamEndo Drs !!

Today is a monumentus day in the Trudeau Lab. We celebrate the culmination of hard work, perseverance and commitment to science that Dr. Lei Xing and Dr. Maddie Venables have shown. Congratulations on your well earned Ph.Ds and best of luck in your bright futures. No matter where you end up, you will always have…

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April 12, 2016 by Michal Galus

Maria talks about Amphibian Love

Maria Vu (MSc Candidate) describes how hormonal manipulation of the HPG axis can be used to not only help amphibians breed but help save some species from extinction.

April 12, 2016 by Michal Galus

Marilyn keeping calm during her seminar on stress

Congratulations to Marilyn Vera Chang (PhD Candidate) on a fantastic presentation describing how a larval exposure to fluoxetine (Prozac) is still impacting the stress axis of offspring, 3 generations post parental exposure!

April 8, 2016 by Team Endo

Dr. Michal Galus Seminar

Congrats to Michal on his seminar in the chemical and environmental toxicology series. This happened Wednesday April 6th in the Department of Biology.

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