Adrian Dauphinee

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Adrian Dauphinee

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Roksana Saleh

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My name is Roksana Saleh and I come from Iran. I was previously a researcher at the research Science Laboratory at the University of Gorgan for 10 years. I have been a member of the Elite Researchers Club and a member of proceeding contributing Biology Science Club in Iran since 2007. During my time at the University of Gorgan in Iran, I studied seed germination, growth parameters, morphology characteristics and tissue culture methods for several medicinal plants such as Thyme (Thymus garden), Thyme (Thymus daenensis), Sage (Salvia officinalis), Tomato (Solanum lycopersicum), Radish (Raphanus sativus), Sun drop (Oenothera biennis) and Ganoderma (Ganoderma resinaceum). It gave me immense pleasure working with Professor Mahlagha Ghorbanli for 10 years at the Islamic University (Gorgan Branch) in Iran and Sorbonne University in Paris, France. I found a passion for studying Dr. Arunika Gunawardena’s research regarding programmed cell death in lace plant. I started my PhD in May 2018, supported by a Nova Scotia Graduate Scholarship and Dr. Gunawardena’s NSERC Discovery grant. For my PhD research, I will be developing an efficient protocol for callus induction for the novel lace plant system, as well as a suspension culture system to study secondary metabolites. It is my aim that one day I become a university professor like professor Gunawardena, to help students who are interested in science, because with high potential, interest, and hard-working students, researchers, and scientists, we will have a better world to live in. A world at peace with more lace plants. Sounds Fun!!

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