People

Angela Lange and Ian Orchard...collaborators in research and life.

 

Angela Lange and Ian Orchard collaborators in research.

People working in the laboratory.
 

Marina Deferrari, Post-doctoral fellow – Neuropeptides and their function in Rhodnius prolixus.

Contact Information: marina.deferrari@urfrgs.br; Rm. 3016A, DV.

Picture of Laura Sedra

Laura Sedra, Ph.D. Candidate - Role of FMRFamide-related peptides in reproduction of Rhodnius prolixus.

Contact Information: laura.sedra@mail.utoronto.ca; Rm. 3025 or 3016A, DV.

Hussain working on his Ph.D.

Hussain Al-Alkawi, Ph.D. Student - Sulfakinins and feeding in Rhodnius prolixus.

Contact Information: hussain.al.alkawi@mail.utoronto.ca; Rm. 3025, DV.

Thiago at his rig.

Thiago Carrazoni De Freitas, Doctoral Student – Ureases and derived peptides as neuromuscular toxins.

Contact Information: thiago.freitas@ufrgs.br; Rm. 3025, DV.

Amir Haddad working at the research bench.

Amir Haddad, Research Associate - Molecular biology of neuropeptides and their receptors in Rhodnius.

Contact Information: Rm. 3016A, DV.

  Lakshmi Kamala, Undergraduate Student - The role of fluoxetine and serotoinin in feeding and reproduction.
  Ishrat Islam, Undergraduate Student - The role of octopamine in controlling female reproduction in Rhodnius prolixus.