NorthOmics lab decided to support local restaurant by Christmas lunch 2021. Such a difficult time for every one due to the Omicron variant of COVID. Still, let’s cheer and hope for the best of 2022.
With all participants fully vaccinated, NorthOmics lab finally get a chance to get together physically during this hard time of COVID, on a beautiful day (Aug 19, 2021) at Vincent Massey Park. A few people are missing in the group picture. Hopefully the research will be fully back on track soon.
See original report from A harmonious diversity of digestive tracks. KYLE LEON Are your drugs right for your gut? The Figeys Lab at the University of Ottawa’s Faculty of Medicine tailors nutrition and drugs to each person’s unique microbiome By Jessica Sinclair, Content Creation LeadUniversity of Ottawa Faculty of Medicine timer3 min. read For anyone who […]
Congratulations to Dr. Daniel Figeys for winning 2021 CNPN Award Recipients news link About Dr. Daniel Figeys Daniel obtained a B.Sc. and a M.Sc. in chemistry from the Université de Montréal. He obtained a Ph.D. in chemistry from the University of Alberta under the supervision of Dr. Norman Dovichi. He did his postdoctoral studies at […]
Excited to have two large anaerobic workstations installed in the lab, ready for the large-scale screening!
Northomics labs held a virtual Christmas Party to say goodbye to 2020. Lucky ones got microbiome T-shirts.
Can you believe 60K acetylated, and ~20K propionylated/succinylated gut microbial peptides!!!. The deeper we explore the closer we get to understand the #microbiome https://t.co/bOwxvFzY1v?amp=1
Congratulations to Dr. Leyuan Li for receiving the Faculty of Medicine Award of Excellence for Postdoctoral Studies for her outstanding work on the microbiome!
Leyuan is in the news: read the full story here: https://www.asbmb.org/asbmb-today/science/092920/our-internal-ecology
Welcome new members on board, Haonan in the Ph.D program and Sara as lab tech.