Collaborations

Dr. William Bendena, Queen's University. We are collaborating on a project to characterize NPR-9, a C. elegans homolog of an insect allatostatin.

Dr. Helen Chamberlin,  Ohio State University. We are collaborating on a project to look at ephrin signaling in germline cell death.

Dr. Jeff Hardin, University of Wisconsin. We are collaborating on a project to characterize the afd-1 gene in C. elegans.

Dr. David Pruyne, SUNY, Upstate Medical University. We are collaborating on a project to characterize the daam-1 gene in C. elegans.

Dr. Lois Mulligan, Queen's University. We are collaborating on a project to use a C. elegans model to look at the function of the human RET oncogene.

Dr. Jagdeep Walia, Pediatrics at Queen’s University. We car collaborating on a project to characterize a PTEN variant of unknown significance.

Dr. Elaine Petrof, Dept. of Medicine, Infectious Diseases. We are using C. elegans   gut microbial model  to determine which  microbes from the “RePOOPulate” synthetic stool help protect against C. dificile infections in humans. 

Dr. Zongchao Jia, Queen’s University. We are collaborating on a project to look at the structure of the interaction between human PTEN and EphA2. And the structure of the 40 insulin like neuropeptides. 

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