McMaster University

McMaster University

McMaster Child Health Trainee Research Day Award Recipients from left: Kelly Hepworth, Karen Choong and Amita Raha

McMaster Child Health Trainee Research Day Award Recipients

Award Recipient: Residents/MSc/Medical Student - Junior

Leila Amin
MSc Student, School of Rehabilitation Sciences
Supervisor: Dr. Anne Klassen

Project: Improving transition to follow-up care in childhood cancer: Preliminary findings from study to develop a questionnaire

Award Recipient: Residents/MSc/Medical Student - Advanced


Amita Raha
PGY4, Pediatric Resident
Supervisor: Dr. Michael Silverman, University of Toronto

Project: Short-term outcomes using a lopinavir/ritonavir based highly-active retroviral therapy regimen in the prevention of mother to child antepartum, intrapartum, and postpartum transmission

Kelly Hepworth
MSc, McMaster Integrative Neuroscience Discovery & Study Graduate Program
Supervisor: Dr. Elyanne Ratcliffe

Project: Basic Science Research Developmental Associations between vagal afferent intramuscular arrays and interstitial cells of cajal

Shown in photo, L-R: Kelly Hepworth, Karen Choong, Amita Raha

Award Recipients: PhD/Fellows - Junior

Leeat Granek
Post-doctoral Fellow
Supervisor: Dr. Anne Klassen

Project: Single parent's experience of caring for a child with cancer: Preliminary findings

Award Recipients: PhD/Fellows — Advanced

Adeel Safdar
PhD Student, Kinesiology
Supervisor: Dr. Mark Tarnopolsky

Project: Time to "END" aging: Endurance exercise confers complete phenotypic protection and mediates systemic mitochondrial rejuvenation PoIG model of aging

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