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More than $1 million for INRS researchers

Research Grants received in January

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January 31, 2020 // by Audrez-Maude Vézina
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Nine INRS professors receive more than $1 million in research grants to advance their innovative work.

 

Here are the projects of the INRS professors receiving research grants.

 
Marc A. GauthierYves St-PierreAngela PearsonFrédéric VeyrierMaude PugliesePatrick LabontéRoberto MorandottiÉtienne YergeauShuhui Sun
 
 

Research grants

 

Fonds de recherche du Québec – Santé (FRQS)

 

Marc A. Gauthier: Glutamate oxaloacetate transaminase nanoparticles targeted to the brain for neuroprotection in ischemic stroke.        


Yves St-Pierre: Nanomedecine for glioblastoma therapy, NANO4GLIO.

Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR)


Angela Pearson: Understanding restriction of herpes simplex virus replication by upstream binding protein.


Frédéric Veyrier: Deciphering Neisseria pathogens cell envelope evolution : optimisation for virulence or Achilles’ heel of N. meningitidis and N. gonorrhoeae?

Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada


Maude Pugliese : La signification sociale de l’argent : implications et mobilisation des thèses de Viviana Zelizer dans les études sociales de la famille.

 

 

Internship Mitacs

 

Patrick Labonté : Identification des protéines cellulaires impliquées dans l’effet antiviral des polymères d’acides nucléiques (NAPs) lors d’une infection par le virus de l’hépatite B (VHB) with the student Richard Boulon.


Roberto Morandotti : Terahertz distributed sensing platform based on waveguide Bragg gratings with the student Junliang Dong.


Étienne Yergeau : Visualization of multi-omics data in microbiome research with the student Ruth Schmidt.         

 

 

 

Canadian Light Source Inc.

 

Shuhui Sun : Hierarchical 3D micro/nanostructured LiMn1-xFexPO4/graphene hybrid composite for high power Li-ion battery and its dynamic study by in-situ X-ray absorption and THz spectroscopies. 

 

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