Perhaps one of the most rewarding aspects of scientific life is the ability to share our excitement with a number of collaborators, who allow us to test our ideas and hypothesis in new areas of biology, from cell survival mechanisms to metabolism, proliferation and immunity.  This page shows many of the collaborators I have had the great fortune to work with over the years; each have enriched my science and my understanding of the world. It is with teamwork and open collaboration that we can make a difference in developing strategies to prevent and cure human disease.

 

Luca Pellegrini, Ph.D.

Centre de Recherche Université Laval Robert Giffard
luca.pellegrini(at)crulrg.ulaval.ca

Michel Desjardins, Ph.D.

Universite de Montreal
michel.desjardins(at)umontreal.ca

Robert Screaton, Ph.D.

Sunnybrook Research Institute, University of Toronto
robert.screaton(at)sri.utoronto.ca

Ruth Slack, Ph.D.

Department of Cell and Molecular Medicine, uOttawa
rslack(at)uottawa.ca

Ted Fon, M.D, Ph.D.

Montreal Neurological Institute, McGill University
ted.fon(at)mcgill.ca

David Park, Ph.D.

Department of Cell and Molecular Medicine, uOttawa
dpark(at)uottawa.ca

Mary-Ellen Harper, Ph.D.

Department of Biochemistry, Microbiology and Immunology, uOttawa
meharper(at)uottawa.ca

Miguel Andrade-Navarro, Ph.D.

Institute for Molecular Biology (IMB), Johannes-Gutenberg University in Mainz, Germany
andrade(at)uni-mainz.de

Gordon Shore, Ph.D.

Goodman Cancer Center, Dept of Biochemistry, McGill University
gordon.shore(at)mcgill.ca

Michael Schlossmacher, MD, Ph.D.

Ottawa Health Research Institutes (OHRI), Neuroscience
mschlossmacher(at)ohri.ca