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Daniel Tarade

Pam and DanBiochemistry PhD student Pam Ovadje and third-year undergrad Daniel Tarade recently presented their research at the Natural Health Products Research Society annual conference in British Columbia and came home with top honours in the oral and poster presentation competitions.

Cancer cell 'suicide' aim of award-winning students

Assisted suicide is topic guaranteed to court all kinds of controversy.

However one place where you’ll get general consensus on the matter is among the students working in the biochemistry lab of Siyaram Pandey, where rather than people, they help cancer cells commit suicide.

“One of the hallmarks of cancer cells is that they forget how to die,” says third-year undergrad Daniel Tarade. “We’re forcing their hand, and causing them to commit suicide.”

Reception recognizes excellence in inter-faculty students

A semester of study can be a bit of a slog, so it’s good every once in a while to take a break and measure your progress, says Daniel Tarade.

The second-year arts and science student, majoring in biochemistry and communications, was one of dozens of honour students in inter-faculty programs celebrated at a reception March 21 in Vanier Hall.

University of Windsor contract talks with WUFA: Frequently Asked Questions

Current negotiations with the Windsor University Faculty Association will have a long-lasting impact on the University and its ability to attract and retain the best people, provide the best student experience, and live within its means.

As part of an ongoing communication effort, the following frequently asked questions have been compiled for your reference. This list will be updated as needed.

1. Where are we in the contract negotiation process?