Porter Lab in the News

Our lab has been featured on CTV News! The reportage covers the collaboration between researchers and clinicians in Windsor and how this teamwork is helping cancer patients in our community. Check the link below to watch the videos.   Windsor-area researchers and doctors collaborate in search of a cure for cancer     Tweet

Porter Lab at WCRG 2018

The Porter Lab was a success at the WCRG2018 this weekend. Our lab marked presence with one of nine Rapid Fire Session presentations and had a total of 10 posters presentations from a total of 58 conference posters. One of our students received a Student Research Excellence Award for his poster presentation and a Porter Lab alumni also […]

Cancer Happens – TEDx Talks

Dr. Lisa Porter was invited to participate in TEDx Talks in Windsor (TEDx Windsor), an event to stimulate conversation and connections, helping communities and organizations. One more time Dr. Porter made us proud! Here is the video of her brilliant talk.   Please leave your comment below. Elizabeth Fidalgo, Ph.D   Tweet

Undergraduate students in the spotlight

It’s that time of the year again! Honours Undergraduate Colloquium presentation of 4th-year undergraduate students thesis. As usual, the porter lab did not disappoint. Our students won prizes for the 1st and 3rd place in the category of Molecular and Microbiology, 16 students were competing in this category. Amy Basilius was awarded the first place […]

Porter Lab Year in Review

Happy New Year lab! The turn of each year provides us a chance to reflect on what we’ve accomplished and where we want to go in the next year. I hope you will feel like me when you see how far we’ve come and you will be excited by the promise that is on the […]

Breast cancer study to help Windsor women first

Women in Windsor-Essex will benefit first from a new study that is trying to help women with one of the worst forms of breast cancer. University of Windsor biology researcher Lisa Porter and Windsor Regional Hospital oncologist Dr. Carolyn Hamm recently received more than $765,000 to study triple-negative breast cancer. Cancer cells from tumours from about 100 […]