Silurana tropicalis larvae. Picture credit: Denis Roy
Chelydra serpentina hatchings. Picture credit: Shane de Solla
Lithobates clamitans. Picture credit: Greg Bulté
Lithobates pipiens. Picture credit: Greg Bulté
Pseudacris crucifer. Picture credit: Greg Bulté
Interested by the impact of pollutants (e.g., pesticides, pharmaceuticals, domestic care products, industrial and military by-products) on living creatures? Our laboratory studies the effects of a variety of contaminants present in the environment, especially in aquatic ecosystems. We address and assess this environmental health issue by combining toxicology, molecular biology, comparative endocrinology, biochemistry and analytical chemistry in our study design.
We are pleased to welcome two other research assistants in our team: Hongkang Lin (M. Sc. Environmental Sciences, Queen’s University) and Troy Arthur (Biotechnology technologist). Welcome to both of you! – Langlois Lab