Chris has won a President’s Research and Creative Activity Award, an internal research grant from Mount Allison University, funded by the Marjorie Young Bell Faculty Fund. The award received the maximum amount of funding requested- a rare occurrence- based on Chris’ proposal entitled “Mechanisms of nanoparticle toxicity in blood plasma components and live fish.”

This research grant will allow Chris to pay the salary of a second summer research student (Neal Callaghan is the first summer research student and was able to procure a Goodridge Summer Undergraduate Award), and purchase reagents and other consummables necessary to carry out the research.

Many thanks to the Research and Creative Activity Committee and the Marjorie Young Bell Foundation!


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