Adrian Dauphinee

Adrian's Research

Adrian Dauphinee

Adrian's Research

Georgia Denbigh

Georgia's research

 

Georgia Denbigh completed her Concentrated Honours in the Gunawardena Lab and is excited to continue her research as an MSc candidate. Georgia’s passion grew for cell biology during her Experiential Learning course in the Gunawardena lab, where she focused on the intensity of reactive oxygen species among the various developmental stages of perforation formation in the lace plant. The findings from this project contributed to a manuscript published in the journal Planta. Georgia continued her research in the Gunawardena lab through her Special Topics course, where she examined the effect of PCD modulators on autophagosome production. Her most recent study involved investigating the origin of the induction signal(s) involved in developmentally regulated PCD in the lace plant. She was one of eight selected to present her Honours research at Dalhousie’s Annual Cameron Conference. Georgia received the Keith Winterhalder Undergraduate Travel Award, enabling her to present her Honours research at the 54th Annual Meeting of the Canadian Botanical Association / L'Association Botanique du Canada (CBA-ABC).

Georgia started her MSc in May 2018, supported by a Nova Scotia Research and Innovation Graduate Scholarship. Her current research projects include examining the dynamics of endoplasmic reticulum and Golgi apparatus during PCD, as well as identifying anthocyanin species in the lace plant. Georgia is extremely excited about continuing her work in the Lab with such interesting and novel projects, as well as being able to work with several of the talented and encouraging Lab members.

 

 

 

 

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