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STUDENTS  ::  Studying Microbiology in Canada

Studying Microbiology in Canada

Dalhousie University


Department Microbiology & Immunology


Overview The Department of Microbiology and Immunology, housed in the Faculty of Medicine at Dalhousie University, has a long-standing reputation for academic excellence and for equipping its students to excel in today's highly competitive field of biological research. In an era of departmental reductions, the Department has been expanding its faculty base and establishing innovative programs through cross appointments in the clinical Departments of Surgery, Dentistry, Pediatrics and Medicine. These expansions have opened up new areas of research in transplantation immunology, oral microbiology, and infectious diseases to complement established programs in immunology, cell and molecular biology, microbial genetics, virology, and bacterial pathogenesis.

The Microbiology and Immunology Department is very active in the following areas of research:

- Bacteriology & Microbial Pathogenesis
- Immunology
- Microbial & Molecular Genetics
- Virology



Research Facilities The majority of full time faculty members appointed in the Department of Microbiology and Immunology are based at the Sir Charles Tupper Medical Building. However, members of the Department, mainly joint and cross appointees, occupy space in other research facilites, and(or) are members of other Centres like:
- Atlantic Research Data Centre (ARDC)
- Dalhousie Infectious Disease Research Alliance (DIDRA)
- Aquatron
- Canadian Institute of Fisheries Technology (CIFT)
- Trace Analysis Research Centre (TARC)
- IWK Health Centre
- QEII Health Sciences Centre



List of Faculty R. Anderson – Virology , viral pathogenesis, vaccinology

C. Barnes – Yeast molecular genetics

R. Bortolussi – Immunology, pediatric infectious diseases

J. Boyd – Bacterial pathogenesis

R. Davidson – Bacterial pathogenesis and resistance to antimicrobials

S. Douglas – Marine microorganisms and antimicrobial peptides

R. Duncan – Virology, viral pathogenesis, drug delivery

G. Faulkner – Microscopy

K. Forward – Bacteriology, resistance to antimicrobials

R. Garduno – Bacterial pathogenesis

D. Haldane – Microbiology

S. Halperin – Vaccinology, pediatric infectious diseases

D. Hoskin – Immunology, cancer immunology

A. Issekutz – Immunology, leukocyte biology

T. Issekutz – Immunology, inflammation

B. Johnston – Immunology, T-cell biology

G. Johnston – Yeast molecular genetics

P. Lee – Oncolytic viruses, cancer biology

S. F. Lee – Bacterial pathogenesis, vaccinology

T. Lee - Immunology

Y. H. Li – Bacterial pathogenesis

T. J. Lin – Immunology, response to infection

J. S. Marshall – Immunology, mast cell biology

L. Murray – Yeast molecular genetics

B. Nashan – Transplantation

W. Schlech – Infectious diseases

A. Stadnyk – Immunology, inflammation

D. Stoltz – Virology, viral pathogenesis

K. West – Immunology, dendritic cell biology


Financial Support Available Funding for graduate students at Dalhousie is available through a variety of sources:

- FGS Scholarships and Fellowships
- Bursaries
- Teaching Assistantships
- Student Research and Conference Travel Grants
- External Funding



Admissions and Enquiries Department of Microbiology and Immunology
Department of Microbiology & Immunology
Dalhousie University
Sir Charles Tupper Medical Building, 7th floor
5850 College Street
Halifax, Nova Scotia B3H 1X5



Phone: 902-494-3587
Fax: 902-494-5125

Web: http://microbiology.medicine.dal.ca/


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