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Christopher Dieni

  • Ph.D.
  • Margaret and Wallace McCain Postdoctoral Fellow
  • Mount Allison University
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Recent publications

  • Assessment of the toxic potential of engineered metal oxide nanomaterials using an acellular model: citrated rat blood plasma

    • Gormley P
    • Callaghan N
    • MacCormack T
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  • Erratum to Regulation of Akt during hibernation in Richardson's ground squirrels [Biochim. Biophys. Acta, 1780, (2008), 185-193]

    • Abnous K
    • Dieni C
    • Storey K
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Professional experience

Margaret and Wallace McCain Postdoctoral Fellow

Mount Allison University

July 2012 - Present

Education

Ph.D. (Chemistry)

Carleton University

September 2004 - August 2008(4 years)

B.Sc. (Biochemistry)

Concordia University

September 2001 - June 2004(3 years)

D.E.C. (Natural Sciences)

John Abbott College

September 1999 - May 2001(2 years)

About

Since my first appointment as an undergraduate research student, responsible for the lab set-up of a new tenure-track assistant professor at Concordia University in 2002, I have gained a further eleven years of combined experience in a variety of academic and industrial research laboratories. Beyond my own work, I have mentored over a dozen students in their own research projects across all of these labs, culminating with now being a full-fledged honours thesis supervisor for two undergraduate students. I additionally have 2 semesters of teaching experience at Mount Allison University, the Maclean's-ranked TOP primarily undergraduate university in Canada, and an additional 10 semesters as a laboratory teaching assistant at both Concordia University and Carleton University.

Co-authors (20)

  • Dave Bridges
  • David Proctor

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