Lab Manager - Krembil Research Institute - University Health Network
Kyle joins the lab from Winnipeg, Manitoba where he studied cell, molecular and developmental biology at the University of Manitoba.
Graduate Student- Laboratory Medicine & Pathology - University of Toronto
James studied Biochemistry at the University of Victoria, on Vancouver Island BC. He has worked on projects involving learning and memory in the olfactory system, programmed cell death in cortical neutrons and cellular membrane disruption under high-pressure.
Graduate Student - Cell Systems Biology - University of Toronto
Eduardo is a MSc. Student from the department of Cell Systems Biology at the University of Toronto. He develops biofunctionalized silk fibers to increase regeneration and growth of degenerative neural cells.
Leanne Da Costa
Administrative Assistant - Krembil Research Institute - University Health Network
Leanne is our trusty administrative assistant and handles all of the behind-the-scenes work.
3rd year student - Computer Science - University of Toronto
Michael Reber, PhD.
Senior scientist - DKJ Eye Institute, Krembil Research Institute, University Health Network
Associate Professor - Ophthalmology & Vision Science, Cell & System Biology, Laboratory Medicine & Pathobiology, University of Toronto
Michael works on the development and function of the visual network in normal and pathological context.
09/2019 - 04/2021: Nayomi Camilus, Undergraduate Research Student - University of Toronto - Scarborough
Master student - University of Toronto - Scarborough
06/08-2019: Gianni Giusto
Engineering Student - Engineering at Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne (EPFL), Switzerland
2012-2016: Elise Savier, PhD , Life Science Dpt - University of Strasbourg
Research Associate, J. Cang's lab, Dpt of Neurobiology, Northwestern University, Chicago
2008-2011: Nick Bevins, M.D., Ph.D. Neuroscience Program, School of Medicine, University of California San Diego.
Consultant in Life Technologies, Promidian, San Francisco, CA, USA
Resident Physician - Pathology, UC San Diego
2009-2010: Michal Kielbinski M.Sc.
Research assistant at University Jagellone, Krakow, PL.