Derin Calik

Graduate Student, MSc
SSC 3466
Alderman Lab, Gillis Lab

I graduated with a BSc in Marine and Freshwater Biology from the University of Guelph in 2020. Currently, I am interested in the comparative physiology and environmental stress responses of aquatic vertebrates. My research with the Alderman and Gillis Labs focuses on the toxicity of diluted bitumen on Coho salmon embryos, and whether an ambient temperature differential alters their physiological response, from a molecular and developmental perspective.