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  • Megan Strachan-Whaley, BSc, MBS, PhD

Supervisor:

Dr. Graham Dellaire

Co-supervisor:

Dr. Brent Johnston

Program of Study:

Postdoctoral fellow

Project Title:

Investigating the Role of Promyelocytic Protein in Cancer Immunity

Scholarships and/or Awards:

  • Cancer Research Training Program (CRTP) Traineeship Award 2019
  • Ontario Graduate Scholarship       
  • PhD OVC Scholarship 
  • PhD studentship from the MS Society of Canda

Career Aspirations:

I love research and would like to continue to pursue an academic career. I also enjoy teaching and writing, and I am open to a variety of career options. I would like to continue to dedicate my career to fighting cancers, and I love the potential I see in immune therapeutics. 

Location:

Dalhousie University

Publications:

Textbook chapter submitted: Florian Guisier, Mateus Camargo Barros-Filho, Leigha D. Rock, Megan Strachan-Whaley, Erin A. Marshall, Graham Dellaire and Wan L. Lam. Janus or Hydra: The many faces of T helper cells in the human tumour microenvironment

Megan R. Strachan-Whaley, Serge Rivest, and V. Wee Yong (2014). Interactions Between Microglia and T Cells in Multiple Sclerosis Pathobiology Journal of Interferon & Cytokine Research. 34(8): 615-622

Megan R. Strachan-Whaley, Kate Reilly, James Dobson and Bettina E. Kalisch (2015). Map Kinase and PKC Signaling Pathways Modulate NGF-Mediated ApoE Transcription. Neuroscience Letters, 595: 54–59

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