MacLellan SA, MacAulay C, Lam S, Garnis C. (2014) Pre-profiling factors influencing serum microRNA levels. BMC Clin Path, 14:27.
We would like to express our sincere thanks to the UBC Department of Surgery for its recognition of the work done by the Garnis lab. It is an honour for Dr. Garnis to receive the 2013 Hjalmar Johnson New Investigator Award.
Dr. Garnis wishes to acknowledge her excellent lab team and her collaborators from the UBC Division of Otolaryngology, the BC Cancer Research Centre, and at other centres located in Vancouver and around the world. The following clip was prepared in conjunction with this award to showcase the research focus of the Garnis lab:
James Lawson has joined the Garnis Lab as an MSc student. He previously worked with the Garnis lab as a summer student and we are very excited to have him in the fold. We will have an update describing his research focus soon. Glad to have you working in the lab James!
Belated congratulations to Jamil Manji, who recently completed the successful defense of his MSc thesis (entitled “CYTOKINE MARKERS AS PREDICTIVE TOOLS IN THE TREATMENT OF CHRONIC RHINOSINUSITIS WITH LEPTOSPERMUM HONEY”). Excellent work and we are very pleased to continue to be able to work with you going forward!
Belated congratulations to Sara MacLellan for the successful defense of her MSc thesis entitled “Circulating microRNAs as biomarkers for early cancer detection”, a copy of which can be found here. Great work and we are looking forward to continued contributions to the lab in the future!