The faculty, staff and trainees in DBMS are engaged in world-class research and teaching, attracting and mentoring the best students, the finest educators, dedicated support staff, and internationally-competitive researchers. We value curiosity, creativity, commitment, and collegiality.
Our department is a distinguished academic centre engaging a wide range of research endeavours including anatomical sciences, bacteriology, biochemistry, cancer biology, cardiovascular sciences, cell biology, developmental biology, immunology, molecular biology, neuroscience, pharmacology, physiology, reproductive biology, toxicology and virology. The breadth and depth of our research has a strong foundation in multi-disciplinary discovery. Our faculty and trainees collaborate with numerous research institutions locally, nationally and internationally.
Nancy L. MartinPlease note that I am not accepting new graduate students for the 2016-2017 academic... Read More
Christopher A. WardThe primary focus of my lab is to study how ion channels regulate the function (both electrical and... Read More