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!

Commentaries & Highlights

Check the latest scientific summaries here written by Dr. Heather Galipeau and other members of the Verdu Lab in Gut Microbiota for Health, a website dedicated to spreading the knowledge about gut microbiota in health and disease!

See the latest piece by Heather and Mark Wulczynski on duodenal protists and oral tolerance here.

Access the latest highlights related to celiac disease written by SSCD members and Verdu Lab members here. (Become a member of SSCD to view educational resources)

Contact

McMaster University Health Sciences Centre, Rm 3N4 1280 Main Street West Hamilton, Ontario L8S 4K1 Canada verdue@mcmaster.ca

More Awards for Amber and Mark!

Congratulations to Amber Hann for being awarded a 2023-2024 Ontario Graduate Scholarship (OGS), as well as to Mark Wulczynski for being awarded a 2023-2024 Ontario Graduate Fellowship! These students are truly incredible!!! Everyone at the Verdu Lab is very proud of...

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Congrats to Mark on the Awards!

Congratulations to Mark Wulczynski for receiving an award through the Queen Elizabeth II Graduate in Science and Technology and Douglas C. Russell Memorial Scholarship programs for the 2022-23 academic year. He is very pleased and hopeful that many more awards will...

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Another accolade for Sara!

Big congratulations to PhD student Sara Rahmani, who has been awarded the 2022 Dr. J. A. Campbell Young Investigator Award by Celiac Canada in recognition of her dedication and hard work in celiac disease research. We are excited to see what the future holds for her!

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Farncombe trainees at CDDW in Halifax

The CDDW in Halifax was extremely successful! The Farncombe trainees pictured in this photo did a wonderful job representing our institute through oral presentations, posters, and posters of distinction. Well done to all! To end off the week we decided to give a...

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Farncombe Team at the Gluten-free Expo!

On April 3rd, 2022, the research team from the Farncombe Family Digestive Health Research Institute, McMaster University participated in the Gluten-Free Goodness Expo organized at the Ancaster Fairgrounds. The Farncombe team consisted of post-doctoral, doctoral...

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