Congratulations are due to Daniel Therien and Jiayin Sun who successfully defended their MSc theses (in rapid succession!). It has been a pleasure to have both of these wonderful people in the lab. Jiayin will be beginning Med school in Syracuse NY, while Daniel has chosen to continue his studies with a PhD at McGill in Mtl. Best of luck to both!
The lastest in a growing line of Baenziger lab prize winners, Jiayin Sun took home 2nd place in the BMI poster day, MSc Biochem!
We’re pleased to welcome Dr B back from his trip to Costa Rica – sometimes you just have to let your hair down….so to speak… and unwind.
Dr B riding the waves. Nope, not photoshopped.
We have a winner! We are very proud of Claire Edrington, who won first place in the biochemistry poster day, protein structure and function catergory!
Camille Hénault won second place at seminar day with her talk on M4’s role in modulating pLGIC function! Congrats! (PhD Biochem category)
Congratulations to Camille Hénault and Peter Juranka on the publication of a manuscript (with a very long title) in the Journal of Biological Chemistry! Read more
Never ones to say no to a day off to relax in the sun, in good company while eating good food, almost all of the Baenziger lab headed off to the cottage for a day of paddling, swimming, and board games. Good times!
Congratulations to Casey Carswell and Camille Hénault, who share first authorship their newly-published manuscript “Role of the Fourth Transmembrane α Helix in the Allosteric Modulation of Pentameric Ligand-Gated Ion Channels” in Structure! Read more
The Baenziger lab is excited to welcome two new students, Claire Edrington and Daniel Giguere, who will be completing undergraduate honours projects with the lab. Fresh meat!
Baenziger lab (and uOttawa) alumnus Dr. Corrie daCosta was recently hired by the University of Ottawa, Faculty of Science, as assistant professor! Read more