Porter Lab in quarantine – part 7

Our video today features Frank, a Ph.D. student in our lab. He calls himself ‘Chartreuse man’ and shows us how he is keeping fit during the quarantine. If you are curious to know what is Chartreuse you must watch this video! Just in case you missed, below are the previous videos: Part 1 – Lisa and […]

Porter Lab in quarantine – part 6

The star of today’s Porter Lab in quarantine video series is the awesome Samaneh Mehri, a graduate student in our lab. Her thesis project is done in collaboration with Dr. Trant in the Chemistry and Biochemistry Dept. She shows us how she is keeping herself busy during the quarantine. Just in case you missed, below […]

Porter Lab in quarantine – part 4

Today our star is the awesome Isabelle Hinch. She finished her undergraduate studies this spring and is starting the M.Sc. thesis in the fall in our lab. She has many co-stars in her video, including her cute pets and some of our fabulous undergraduate students. Just in case you missed: part 1, part 2, and […]

In the spotlight – Ingrid Qemo

Out with the Old, In with the New! Biological aging or senescence is the steady decline of cellular function with age. There are a number of rationales that explain why senescence occurs, including changes in gene expression, or damage that is accumulated throughout the lifetime of a cell. Many questions surrounding how to overcome senescence […]