People

Stefan Keller

I am a veterinary pathologist with specialty training in immunopathology and I have a keen interest in lymphocyte biology, both from a mechanistic as well as a diagnostic perspective. I completed veterinary school in Berlin, Germany (2003); I did a combined doctoral degree and residency in anatomic pathology at the University of Zürich, Switzerland, which […]

Akash Jairaj

Akash joined us in May 2016 as a summer research student. On the verge of completing his Honours B.Sc. Undergraduate Degree in the Microbiology program at the University of Guelph, Akash is interested in applying his current knowledge and experience surrounding molecular and microbiological laboratory techniques to further his education and investigative research capabilities. One of […]

Lucas DaSilva

Lucas is a graduate from the University of Guelph Biomedical Sciences program. He became interested in cancer research after completing a fourth year undergraduate research project on canine mast cell tumours. Lucas is currently enrolled in the Master of Biomedical Sciences program, and his project focuses on developing a genetic test to improve the diagnosis […]

Mei-Hua Hwang

Mei arrived at the Department of Pathobiology in Fall of 2015 after completing an Honours Biology program at McMaster University with a physiology specialization. Her undergraduate thesis focused on the genetic and behavioural characterization associated with unusual nesting phenomena in herring gulls in Hamilton Harbour. Now engaged in a Master’s thesis project, she is working […]

Elizabeth Silk

Elizabeth is the veteran of our lab – the first person to roam our then primordial bench space and the first person to run clonality assays at Guelph. Elizabeth recently completed her Honours Bachelor of Science at the University of Guelph, majoring in BioMedical Science. She one day hopes to attend the Ontario Veterinary College to fulfil her dream of becoming […]

Jodi Morrison

Jodi is probably the most important person in this operation. Jodi graduated with a BSc in Biochemistry from the University of Waterloo, she worked at SickKids as part of a team that discovered the causative mutations of Shwachman-Diamond syndrome and she spent 5 years at a contract research organization developing drug-transporter gene expression arrays before returning to academic […]