Congratulations to our collaborators Andrew Brack and Annarita Scaramozza for their new publication appearing in Cell Stem Cell. In collaboration with the Brack lab, we help show the importance of PAX3 in defining a population of radiotolerant MuSCs.
Undergraduate research projects (3 credits) offered at McGill University are a really good introduction to research and a first opportunity to investigate science as a career! This semester we welcome McGill student Micheline Mentzner, who will help us finish a screen of small compounds for properties of muscle stem cell expansion.
We are very pleased that Rose Rodrigues joins our laboratory today. Rose is a UBC Coop student who is taking a break from coursework to work with us in 2019. Welcome to the lab Rose, best wishes for your very first job in science!
We are currently recruiting two graduate students to lead projects related to specification of muscle stem cells during development and maintenance of adult muscle stem cells throughout life. To apply, please send your CV, unofficial transcripts and contact information for two to three references.