Aly Walczyk-Mooradally, a PhD candidate from MCB, will be presenting at the Rising Stars in Neuroscience Symposium hosted by the University of Utah Neurobiology Department, Monday, May 16th.
From studies of fungal pathogens to inclusion of First Nations communities in academic research design, five University of Guelph researchers have received 2022 Early Researcher Awards (ERA) from the Government of Ontario.
This year, 54 projects across Ontario will receive ERA funding, which help newly appointed researchers build their research teams. The award covers salaries and travel for student research assistants, equipment costs and facility expenses.
Microbiologists in the College of Biological Science are the first Canadian scientists to receive research funding from the Global Lyme Alliance (GLA), a charitable organization based in the United States.
Based on the increasing number of cases in the province and to help curb the spread of COVID-19, the University of Guelph will keep its mask requirement in place beyond May 1. Masks will continue to be required indoors in all U of G-managed facilities until further notice. We will review our mask requirement regularly, taking into consideration changing public health trends. An update will be provided when our mask requirement changes.
Aly Walczyk Mooradally from Jasmin Lalonde's lab here at U of G, was chosen to participate in the University of Utah's Rising Stars in Neuroscience Symposium w
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