Membres en début de carrière
Featured New Faculty & Postdocs
Read full bios of our featured members to learn more about their research!
Previously featured early career members can be found here or check out their features in our past bulletins!
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Dr. Catherine Cullingham
Assistant Professor, Carleton University
Dr. Cullingham's research uses landscape genetics and population genomics to fill
knowledge gaps and develop tools that can be applied to issues in
forestry and wildlife management.
Dr. Mehran Dastmalchi
Assistant Professor, McGill University
Dr. Dastlmachi's lab studies metabolism in legume species (Fabaceae), with interest in pathways producing defence compounds.
PhD Student Université Laval
The Budding Ideas column is an early career member contribution to the CSPB Bulletin which was initiated in Fall 2021. This column was created after the EDI Committee’s most recent survey brought to light that our Society could do more to engage with early career members at the graduate student and post- doctoral level. This column is one way to give graduate and post-doc members an opportunity to engage with the society, by sharing their interests, research and musings on topics touching STEM and plant biology, in short and sometimes unorthodox ways. The column is currently edited by EDI Committee member Adrian Monthony. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with questions.
Read Current Articles:
Andreea Bosorogan, UoT
Harley Gordon, UVic
Read Past Articles:
Sonhita Chakraborty, UoT
Praveen Khatri, UWO
Dr. Ainsely Lewis
Current Research: Plant & bacterial metabolomics via high resolution mass spectrometry
Dr. Lauren Erland
Current Research: Melatonin, serotonin & phytohormones in plant climate change perception & response
Dr. Purva Karia
Current Research: Sorghum Metabolite Atlas - localization & function of metabolic enzymes
Dr. Mohamed Samir Youssef
University of Manitoba
Current Research: Molecular mechanisms of plant abiotic stress tolerance
Funding Opportunities (non-CSPB)
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