Congratulations to three of our lab members on receiving FRQS Training Awards!

Ph.D. student Elisa Guma, M.Sc. student Stephanie Tullo, and B.Sc. Colleen Rollins were each awarded a Fonds de Recherche Santé du Québec (FRQS) Training Award, in which aims to support university students seeking to pursue health research training in a graduate university program.

Elisa was awarded a Doctoral Training Award for her project titled “Une étude sur les différences entre les sexes de neuroanatomie et symptômes du risque à la psychose en développement”. Stephanie was awarded a Master’s Training Award for her project titled “Les effets d’un vieillissement normal et sain sur les structures sous-cortical comme les ganglions de la base et le thalamus”. Colleen was awarded a Master’s Training Award for her project titled “Étude de l’impact de l’obésité en milieu de vie sur la pathologie de la maladie d’Alzheimer”.

Check out the results for the Doctoral competition and the Master’s competiton for more information about the funded research projects.