Chris interviewed by CHMA 106.9 FM

Chris was interviewed today by the local radio station at Mount Allison University, CHMA 106.9 FM. Summer Events Producer David White sat down with Chris and spoke about his role as the Margaret and Wallace McCain Postdoctoral Fellow, his research and teaching activities, and- of particular interest- the upcoming special topics course being developed by … Continue reading Chris interviewed by CHMA 106.9 FM

Student evaluations of teaching for Signal Transduction are in

Last semester (Winter 2013), Chris taught at Mount Allison University a 4th-year biochemistry course called Signal Transduction (BIOC 4031). As with all courses at Mount Allison, and many other universities, students marked the end of the semester by evaluating the course, and the instructor himself. These evaluations have recently been tabulated and returned to Chris, … Continue reading Student evaluations of teaching for Signal Transduction are in

Chris interviewed by CBC Radio on ricin toxicity

If you've been keeping up with the daily news headlines as of late, you've probably noticed that the toxin known as ricin has been making a substantial appearance- an Elvis impersonator from Mississippi has sent US President Barack Obama and others envelopes containing suspected ricin. Chris was interviewed yesterday by Mr. Ian Hamilton of CBC Radio … Continue reading Chris interviewed by CBC Radio on ricin toxicity

“Signal Transduction” comes to an end

Today marked the final lecture for the Winter 2013 edition of Signal Transduction (BIOC 4031). Signal Transduction is a course that explores the regulation of metabolism and physiology by a process stemming from a ligand-receptor interaction, typically at the cell surface, and propagating through the cell machinery to metabolic enzymes, transcription factors, DNA packaging proteins, … Continue reading “Signal Transduction” comes to an end

Chris gives invited departmental seminar in Chemistry and Biochemistry on diabetes therapeutics

Chris gave an invited departmental seminar this morning in the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry at Mount Allison University. The seminar was based on tying together Chris' various research projects at several institutes over the past nine years, into one fluid research program Departmental seminars are typically attended by faculty and staff in the Department … Continue reading Chris gives invited departmental seminar in Chemistry and Biochemistry on diabetes therapeutics

“Immunochemistry” comes to an end

... and with that final class, the Fall 2012 semester's edition of Immunochemistry (BIOC 4011) at Mount Allison University has come to an end! Immunochemistry is a course that explores various facets of immunology at the biochemical, molecular, cellular, and even systemic levels, with an emphasis on the biochemical. This semester, the course was essentially … Continue reading “Immunochemistry” comes to an end

Lunch and Learn at the Moncton Public Library

Earlier today, Chris successfully delivered a presentation intended for a general (lay) audience at the Moncton Public Library. The presentation was called "Natural Answers - Defences against human disease in the simplest of places." In this presentation, Chris described highlights of his past, present, and intended future work on animals that adapt to environmental stress, … Continue reading Lunch and Learn at the Moncton Public Library

Indexing

“Prevention and Treatment of Virulent Bacterial Biofilms with an Enzymatic Nitric Oxide-Releasing Dressing” now indexed by PubMed and Google Scholar

Chris’ latest peer-reviewed paper, “Prevention and Treatment of Virulent Bacterial Biofilms with an Enzymatic Nitric Oxide-Releasing Dressing” is now being tracked by indexing sites such as PubMed and Google Scholar. Chris’ publication record on PubMed can be viewed here. Chris’ publication record on Google Scholar- along with other goodies such as citations, h-index, i10-index, can be … Continue reading “Prevention and Treatment of Virulent Bacterial Biofilms with an Enzymatic Nitric Oxide-Releasing Dressing” now indexed by PubMed and Google Scholar