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Meet the Lab

Trainees in the Charron lab gain hands-on experience with peptide chemistry, organic chemistry, and radiochemistry. Trainees can expect to learn valuable organic techniques such as organic synthesis, column chromatography, TLC, NMR, and MS as well as peptide techniques including solid phase peptide synthesis, post-synthetic modifications, HPLC, and MS.

 

Interested in joining the Charron lab?

We encourage prospective researchers to apply for internal and external fellowships. In addition to national funding opportunities (NSERC, Banting), Dalhousie offers numerous funding opportunities.  Please follow the link for important information about application procedures and deadlines. 

We currently have no research positions available.

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Dr. Carlie Charron

Assistant Professor

Short Bio: Carlie Charron obtained her PhD with Len Luyt at Western University (2015). She then moved to Melbourne, Australia to perform post doctoral research with Dr. Craig Hutton at the University of Melbourne (2017). She then returned to the London Health Sciences Centre as a research associate and grow her family before beginning her independent career in medicinal and peptide chemistry at Dalhousie University in July 2022.

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Zainab Bello

M. Sc. Candidate (2022 - current)

Researching the solid phase synthesis of oxazole containing cytotoxic peptides.

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Allison Clarke

Honours Student

Chemistry Undergraduate - 4th year

Establishing silver-mediated oxazole formation

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Chloe Shenouda

Honours Student

Medical Science Undergraduate - 4th year

Stabilizing cPNT architecture using molecular clips

Past Members

Undergraduates:

  • Adam Pickett: Experiential Learning Student Fall 2023

  • Owen Yoshida: Experiential Learning Student Fall 2023

  • Fanny Vain: Summer Researcher Summer 2023

  • Sam Hopkins: Dalhousie Integrated Science Program Winter 2022

  • Charlotte Polo: Dalhousie Integrated Science Program Winter 2022

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