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Deanne and Feryal represent the Drögemöller Lab at the CancerCare Research Day!

They did an awesome job presenting on how polygenic risk scores can be used to predict chemotherapy-related adverse drug reactions!

Dr Drögemöller attends the University of Alberta Medical Genetics Research Day!

It was great to give a keynote presentation and have dinner with some of the trainees!

MacKenzie and Sarah represent the Drögemöller Lab at CSPT in Montreal!

Great to see them presenting at their first in person conference!

It has been a busy start to Deanne's MSc!

Great to see Deanne attend the Jax hearing workshop and spend a week with Drs. Alain Dabdoub and Emilia Luca at Sunnybrook Research Institute. Congrats for receiving funding from the NIH to attend the Jax course!

Welcome to Avital, who will be joining the lab for her Genetics Honours project!

Avital will be looking into the genetics of hidden hearing loss

After two years of working in the lab, we are really sad to say goodbye to Sarah

We wish you all the best for the future! It was great to celebrate together one more time!

The Drögemöller Lab is grateful to have received an NSERC Discovery Grant!

These funds will be used to support work aimed at understanding the genomics of age-related hearing impairment through the use of automated phenotyping strategies and single cell RNA sequencing.

More congratulations to MacKenzie Wilke for being awarded the Caroline A. Cope award for excellence in oncology research!

We are so proud of the contributions you are making to this field of research!

Big congratulations to MacKenzie Wilke for being awarded the FGS Research Completion scholarship!

It has been an absolute pleasure watching your research progress to this point!

The Drögemöller Lab takes part in the Seven Oaks School Division STEM Hub

This hub is aimed at providing high school students who are interested in STEM careers with the opportunity to meet with career professionals. The Team did an awesome job showing Hanna and Ridhi some wet and dry lab basics!