Our lab in PLOS ONE: Transcriptional profiling in rat hair follicles following simulated blast insult: A new diagnostic tool for traumatic brain injury

Congratulations to Jing Zhang! His first postdoctoral paper has recently been accepted in PLOS ONE. This work was a collaboration between RMCC, Defence Research and Development Canada and University of New Brunswick. Terrific work Jing! – Langlois Lab Zhang J, Carnduff L, Norman G, Josey T, Wang Y, Sawyer T Martyniuk CJ and VS Langlois. Transcriptional profiling in rat hair follicles following simulated blast insult: A new diagnostic tool for traumatic brain injury. PLOS... +

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Congrats to Diana Castañeda for her first Ph. D. publication!

Diana just got her Ph. D. literature review accepted in Frontiers in Endocrinology. This review highlights the hormonal interactions observed between the hypothalamic pituitary-adrenal/interrenal (HPA), -thyroid (HPT), and -gonadal (HPG) axes to better understand how these endocrine systems interact with each other to influence the development of testes. Congrats Diana! We are proud of you! – Langlois Lab Castañeda DC, Langlois VS and JI Fernandino (2014) Crossover of... +

Congrats Jennifer and Christine!

Jennifer Martel and Christina Emerton have completed their work placement in our lab! Well done ladies! – Langlois Lab  +

Good luck to Laura and thanks!

The Langlois Lab would like to thank Laura Gibson for her impressive study on the effects of arsenic in frog metamorphosis! The lab wish you good luck in your master’s! – Langlois Lab  +

Thank to Hongkang & Troy!

The Langlois Lab would like to acknowledge Hongkang Lin and Troy Arthur for the amazing work they did in our lab! Thank you both! – Langlois Lab  +

Nova Zhao received a NSERC-USRA award to work in our lab this summer

Nova Zhao (NSERC-USRA student) will be developing probes in Silurana tropicalis to further study the crosstalk between the thyroid hormones and the androgens in male early development. Welcome Nova! – Langlois Lab  +

Student from the Cégep of St-Félicien, QC doing a placement in our lab

Barbara Bourgade, a third year student from the Protection of the Environment Program of the Cégep of St-Félicien, came to our lab to complete her work placement. Barbara worked on several fish and bird toxicology research projects. It was great to have you in our team Barbara! Good luck on your future B. Sc. studies in Scotland! – Langlois Lab  +

The first M. Sc. thesis of the Langlois Lab nominated for the Governor General Academic Gold Medal!

Congratulations to 2Lt Justine Mathieu-Denoncourt for having successfully defended her M.Sc. thesis and for being nominated for the Governor General Academic Gold Medal! What a terrific accomplishment! – Langlois Lab  +

Two successful honours theses

We pleased to announce that both Mason Lam and Kira MacDougall completed successful honours theses. Congratulations and best of luck in your future scientific endeavours! – Langlois Lab  +