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THE FUTURE OF HEALTHCARE: SINGLE CELL FOR THE CLINIC

REACHING FOR THE STARS: DISABILITY ADVOCACY

DISCOVERY: REGULATING MACROPHAGES FOR REGENERATION

3 MINUTE THESIS: CHAMPION NINA

We believe in the importance of sharing our research and our time to the community at large. To this end, Dr. Stratton frequently presents our research in public talks and writing.

She is also the creator of a children's book series called "Dr. Dave Tackles Life," about living life to the fullest while living with a disability.

Former student Nina Caporicci-Dinucci won McGill's 3 minute thesis competition, in which she successfully explained in a quick format her Master's thesis research to the public.

PhD student Adam Groh is a member of the MS Society of Canada's young adult committee, where he hosts a podcast aiming to translate the science of MS research for the public, in particular young adults.

PhD student Sherilyn Recinto volunteers for Piece of Mind, a science-arts based initiative that aims to disseminate scientific research to the public sphere while integrating the lived experiences of patients with Parkinson's disease and dementia.

In addition, the Stratton Lab has been awarded a the Aligning Science Across Parkinson’s (ASAP) grant for 12.5 million dollars  to continue our intensive research into Parkinson's Disease.

The Stratton lab is always looking for ways to improve our sustainable practices. Specifically, our former lab member Nina first developed our sustainable initiative of organizing our lab's recycling program, as a member of the Green Labs Team - recipients of this year's Group Initiative Award. Since Nina's departure, Adam MacDonald has enrolled as our lab's green ambassador, taking on the lab's sustainability duties, including maintaining the recycling program.

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PARKINSON'S RESEARCH: ALIGNING SCIENCE ACROSS PARKINSON'S (ASAP) GRANT
 

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DISCOVERY: REGULATING MACROPHAGES FOR REGENERATION