Outside of the Lab
We have a united team; we have get-together occasions outside of the lab for recreation and charity events. The members of the Verdu Lab have been consistent supporters of the Crohns and Colitis Canada Gutsy Walk. Throughout the year we team up with other Farncombe Institute lab faculty to fund-raise and bring awareness to the foundation’s research.
This page contains recent news from the lab, and events.
VerduLab on Twitter!
The Verdu Lab now has an official twitter account! Follow for news, updates, and more!
The Verdu lab was featured in a Crohn's and Colitis Canada news article! "In a new study funded by Crohn’s and Colitis Canada, researchers have for the first time uncovered bacterial changes in the gut that precede the development of ulcerative colitis. These...read more
Congratulations to Dr. Josie Libertucci on winning a CIHR Post-doctoral fellowship award in partnership with the Canadian Association of Gastroenterology. Josie will work on an exciting project in collaboration with the IMAGINE network on the role of proteolytic...read more
Our paper on modulation of AHR by bacterial tryptophan metabolites in celiac disease made it to the cover page of Science Translational Medicine! For a free link to download the full paper, visit the SSCD webpage, and check under the News section!...read more
Congratulations Josie on your beautiful new baby girl! Alessia was born on June 19th, 2020, at 3:30pm at 6 lbs 15 oz. We can't wait to see what a wonderful impact she'll have in this world!read more
The Verdu Lab's very own Alexandra Clarizio recently received the Canadian Celiac Association Young Investigator Award in recognition of her hard work, and a promising future in the field!read more
Nominated by her students, Josie Libertucci recently received the MSU Teaching Award in the Faculty of Science. Congratulations!read more
Congrats to mama Sarah!!! And welcome Baby Emily, our new associate member lab member!!!read more
It was an honour to have some young aspiring scientists visit the Verdu lab last week. We can’t wait for these Girl Scouts to join the lab in a few years! #WomenInScience Featured are photos with post-doctoral fellow Josie Libertucci (PhD), microscope photos with...read more
Congratulations to Alex Clarizio on winning first prize for her superb talk this year at the Farncombe Institute!!!read more
https://keypoint.keystonesymposia.org/conference-news/breaking-research-from-microbiota-therapeutic-implications-in-killarney/ Read about it here!read more