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Explore Life Sciences at Queen's University, Canada
Queen’s is Canada’s definitive university experience. One of Canada’s oldest degree granting universities, established by Royal Charter in 1841. Queen’s currently has over 25,000 students from the 110 countries registered in 10 program areas. More than 3000 international students make Queen's their home-away-from-home; that's more than 12% of Queen's full-time student population.

Queen's is home of 2015 Nobel Prize winner Dr. Arthur B. McDonald. Its 17 university- and faculty based research centres provide dynamic, collaborative settings for scholars. Queen’s researchers lead the way in many fields, making notable advances recently in particle astrophysics, cancer research, ecological history, and clean energy technology.

• Queen’s ranked 5th among medical-doctoral universities in Canada in Maclean’s 2019

• Consistently ranked among the top 10 Universities in Canada

• Member of prestigious U15 Group of Canadian Research Universities

• Queen’s is one of the founding members of Matariki Network of Universities

Oct 26, 2021 05:00 PM in India

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Deepa Gugnani
Recruitment Advisor-India @Queen's University
An International student recruitment specialist, Deepa has over 14 years of Demonstrative experience in the field of Higher Education. A Bachelor’s degree in Mathematics and Education and Master’s in HRM, Deepa has been working towards building an ideal platform for both educational institutions as well as students within South Asia region. Worked with some of the most prestigious Universities based out of U.K. and USA in the past, currently associated with Queen’s University, Canada to strengthen the University’s associations with India.
Dr Louise Winn
Associate Dean of Life Sciences and Biochemistry at QU @Queen's University
Dr. Winn completed her undergraduate studies in biochemistry from the University of Minnesota and received her MSc followed by her PhD in toxicology from the University of Toronto in 1999. After a postdoctoral fellowship at the University of New Mexico in Albuquerque, New Mexico she was appointed Assistant Professor joint in the Department of Pharmacology and Toxicology (now the Department of Biomedical and Molecular Sciences) and the School of Environmental Studies in 2001. She received tenure with promotion to Associate Professor in 2007 and promotion to Full Professor in 2011. Dr. Winn’s research interests are in understanding the mechanisms of toxicant induced developmental toxicity, including that of benzene toxicity. Recognition of the novelty and quality of Dr. Winn’s research by the scientific community are reflected by her receipt of several awards including: the 2009 F. Clarke Fraser New Investigator Award from the Teratology Society and the 2011 Mentoring Award presented