IDEAS Laboratory:Center for Microbiome & Inflammatory Research

Dr. Deanna L. Gibson


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    GRADUATE STUDENTS

    Kirsty Brown(2011-current)

    Research Interest:
    Modulation of intestinal immunity and barrier dysfunction by the intestinal
    microbiota in the non-obese diabetic mouse.


    Ethendhar Rajendiran (2010-current)

    Research Interest:
    Protection against IBD by modulation of the intestinal microbiome
    through dietary lipids.


    UNDERGRADUATE STUDENT RESEARCH

    CANADIAN ASSOCIATION OF GASTROENTEROLOGY AWARD RECIPENTS

    Kirsty Brown (2011):    Modulation of intestinal immunity and barrier dysfunction by the intestinal microbiota in the
    non-obese diabetic mouse.

    Samantha Makarenko (2010):     Protection against IBD by modulation of the intestinal microbiome through dietary lipids.



    UNDERGRADUATE RESEARCH AWARD RECIPENTS

    Erin Molcan (2011):     The effect of dietary lipid intake on microbial ecology during aging.


  *Jessica Baker (2010):    Genetically modified lavender extracts protect against intestinal damage induced by Citrobacter
   rodentium through direct anti-microbial activity.


  *Multidisciplinary Research Conference Oral Prize Awardee (2011)
  *U21 Undergraduate Research Conference Awardee (2011)

   HONORS THESES

  *Jessica Baker (2010):    Genetically modified lavender extracts protect against intestinal damage induced by Citrobacter
   rodentium through direct anti-microbial activity.

   Kirsty Brown (2011):     The intestinal microbiota modulates the development of Type 1 Diabetes via intestinal immunity and barrier function.


  COOP STUDENTS

   Michelle Lee (2011):     High omega-3 in maternal diet alter gut microbiome composition in offspring, increasing susceptibility to DNBS induced colitis.