Emily Capaldo did her undergraduate in the Faculty of Science at Dalhousie University and successfully defended her Master’s degree studying the role of Cux factors in cell fate acquisition in the cerebellum. She is now working in the lab as a research associate.
Dr. Jessica Clark is a postdoctoral fellow in the lab. She obtained both her undergraduate and doctoral degrees at Griffith University in Queensland, Australia. Jessica works on role of novel regulators of neural development, migration, and cell fate acquisition using a variety of techniques including mouse genetic models, primary cell culture, and electroporation methodology in the embryonic nervous system.
Savannah LeBlanc is a graduate student working on the mechanisms of cellular migration during brain formation. She obtained BSc degree in Biology at Mount Allision University.
Rachel Kindellan is an honours undergraduate student in the Faculty of Science at Dalhousie University working on morphogen receptor dynamics during neural development.
Julia Guk is an undergraduate student helping out with various projects in the lab.
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