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CLAMAN, Paul »


Associate professor
Faculty of Medicine
Obstetrics and Gynecology

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Office: 613-761-4865
Home: 613-729-7387
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Gynecological procedures related to reproduction, as well as endocrinology of the reproductive system. In-vitro fertilization.

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FREEDMAN, Mark »


Mark FREEDMAN

Director of Multiple Sclerosis Research Unit
Full professor
Faculty of Medicine
Medicine

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Office: 613-737-8917
Office: 613-737-8532
Cell: 613-762-6445
Home: 613-226-6440
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Multiple sclerosis; clinical and basic immunological studies. Testing new agents or treatments; mechanisms of immune-mediate damage to the central nervous system.

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ISMAIL, Nafissa »


Assistant professor
Faculty of Social Sciences
School of Psychology

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Office: 613-562-5800 ext. 4176
Cell: 613-617-2270
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Critical periods of development are marked by important physiological and neural changes. These changes shape behavior and set the stage for the vulnerability of diseases in adulthood. Exposure to stressors during these critical periods can have profound long-lasting effects on brain function and can increase the risk of psychopathology later in life. While it is possible to reduce exposure to certain environmental stressors, other stressors, such as sickness, are almost unavoidable. My research interests are to investigate the neurochemical mechanisms through which immune challenge and hormones during the prenatal and pubertal periods alter behavior. The behavioral outcomes that I am examining are social behaviors, depression and cognition. I use small rodents, such as laboratory mice and rats, to gain mechanistic insight into these questions.

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LANGLOIS, Marc-André »


Canada Research Chair in Molecular Virology and Intrinsic Immunity
Assistant professor
Faculty of Medicine
Biochemistry, Microbiology and Immunology

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HIV, Retroviruses and Immunity

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LEE, Seung-Hwan »


Assistant professor
Faculty of Medicine
Biochemistry, Microbiology and Immunology

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Office: 613-562-5800 (8868)
Cell: 613-851-8781
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Although there are many immune system responses against viral infections, Natural Killer (NK) cells are unique because of their rapid anti-viral responses to infections in comparison to other immune cells. My research is focusing on identifying and defining the involvement of natural killer (NK) cells during chronic viral infections. We are integrating multiple disciplines to investigate what NK cells can do during chronic viral infection and to find new insights for treatment.

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PELCHAT, Martin »


Associate professor
Faculty of Medicine
Biochemistry, Microbiology and Immunology

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Office: 613-562-5800 (8846)
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Subviral RNA pathogens. Study of subviral:host interactions in order to effectively control their propagation.

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