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OUTREACH

Here at the Stratton Lab, we are continuously searching for opportunities to reach out and share our knowledge with the community.

 

We pledge to:

 

- Share our expertise in neuroscience and neuroimmunology with the wider public to increase interest and awareness in our research and its impact in the world.

- Reach out to members of the community by creating media presence through public talks, podcasts, writing, and more. 

RESEARCH EXPLORATION OPPORTUNITY (REO) PROGRAM
The Stratton Lab is proud to participate in a STEM program providing highschoolers the opportunity to visit and engage cutting-edge science research (Summer 2023)

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SINGLE CELL CLUB
The Single Cell Club meets once a month to discuss single cell methodologies, their application, and challenges. Aiming to create a space for discussion and sharing of knowledge

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MRM INSIGHTS:
HUMAN EPENDYMAL CELLS – THE DEVELOPMENT OF AN IPSC PROTOCOL

Dr. Jo Anne Stratton and Yue Zhang, write an article for McGill Regenerative Medicine (MRM) on ependymal cell induction from human pluripotent stem cells.

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THE FUTURE OF HEALTHCARE: SINGLE CELL TECHNOLOGY FOR THE CLINIC
Dr. Jo Anne Stratton routinely presents to lay communities,
such as at TEDx events.

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TRANSLATING THE SCIENCE OF MS TO YOUNG ADULTS:
A PODCAST

Adam Groh leads a podcast targeted at youth affected by multiple sclerosis (MS). He interviews MS researchers in an engaging and easy-to-understand manner.

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DR. DAVE TACKLES LIFE SERIES: DISABILITY ADVOCACY

Dr. Jo Anne Stratton is an author of a children's book series aimed at inspiring those affected by disability to reach for the stars.

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ART AND SCIENCE TOGETHER:
PIECE OF MIND INITIATIVE

Sherilyn Recinto is involved with connecting the artistic world with those affected by Parkinson's disease (PD), and supports the PD community to better understanding the disease through art form.

 

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3 MINUTE THESIS: CHAMPION NINA
Nina Caporicci-Dinucci presents her thesis topic in 3 minutes, and wins the best presentation award.

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