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Congratulations to Dr. Bulbul Ahmed!

Congratulations to Dr. Bulbul Ahmed!

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Dr. Ahmed has been awarded a two-year FRQNT B3X Postdoctoral Fellowship to continue his work on “Mapping the regulatory landscape of canola: a pathway to crop improvement”. We are so happy that he’ll be working with us for another couple of years! Well deserved.

Congratulations Césarée!

Congratulations Césarée!

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Congratulations to Project Student Césarée Morier-Gxoyiya! Césarée was awarded a Gold Key by the Macdonald Branch of the McGill Alumni Association in recognition for her contributions to extra-curricular activities at Mac. Great work!

W2018 Research Projects

Undergraduate Research Projects in Winter 2018

Welcome to our three Special Topics Research students Phil, Vince, and Césarée! These U2 students will be working on research projects in the lab this semester. Please check back for project updates!

The Next Generation of Training for Arabidopsis Researchers: Bioinformatics and Quantitative Biology

The Next Generation of Training for Arabidopsis Researchers: Bioinformatics and Quantitative Biology

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I had the pleasure of participating in the workshop with 38 plant scientists from around the world that developed recommendations for training plant scientists in quantitative methods. Here are our recommendations: The Next Generation of Training for Arabidopsis Researchers: Bioinformatics and Quantitative Biology.

Scholastic Awards

Scholastic Awards

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Two Wilkins lab members were recognized at the Scholastic Awards Reception. Phil Rosenbaum was awarded the Syngenta Canada Inc. Scholarship and the Eliza M. Jones award, and Jérôme Gélinas-Bélanger was awarded the Plant Science Postgraduate Award. Congratulations!

Congratulations Jérôme!

Congratulations Jérôme!

Jérôme Gélinas-Bélanger has been awarded the FAES Plant Science Postgraduate Award. This award was established by the family and friends of the late Robert Klinck, a former student, to recognize a student who has demonstrated good citizenship in the Department. Nice Work!