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"Life as an ice cube: freeze tolerance in vertebrates"

Professor Kenneth Storey, FRSC

Canada Research Chair in Molecular Physiology

Professor of Biochemistry

Institute of Biochemistry and Departments of Biology and Chemistry

Carleton University, Ottawa

“Life as an ice cube: freeze tolerance in vertebrates”

Monday October 20th, 4PM in room SY110


Professor Kenneth Storey has received many honors, including a Canada Research Chair, Killam and Steacie Fellowships and is a fellow of the Royal Society of Canada. He has over 500 publications to his credit, has given 42 plenary/keynote lectures, 80 invited symposium lectures, 316 university seminars, 275 other conference presentations and he has organized 25 symposia.  Professor Storey has trained 62 graduate students and 12 post doctoral fellows.  His has been a visiting scientist at over 20 different institutions including Harvard, UC Berkley, McMurdo Station, John Hopkins, and others.

A description of his research interests (hibernation; metabolic arrest; anoxia tolerance; etc.) can be found on his web site:

In addition to being an outstanding scientist, Dr. Storey is an engaging speaker.

Please join us for what promises to be an exciting seminar time to coincide with the opening of the new science research building.

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