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Phil Karpowicz

Daniel HeathDaniel Heath is heading GEN-FISH, a four-year project that involves creating a genomic toolkit to assess the health of freshwater species. Fish farm operators and consultants hired to do environment assessments are already lining up to be among the first to use the new technology.

Fish genome project attracts early attention

UWindsor professor Daniel Heath heads a research project creating a genomic toolkit to assess the health of freshwater species.

The CFI funded scanner will be used in various areas of biological and molecular research at UWindsor, including Phil Karpowicz’ work on circadian rhythms and how they affect an animal’s ability to heal injured tissue.The CFI funded scanner will be used in various areas of biological and molecular research at UWindsor, including Phil Karpowicz’ work on circadian rhythms and how they affect an animal’s ability to heal injured tissue.

CFI funded scanner aids in study of circadian rhythm’s tie to healing

A CFI grant will help UWindsor purchase a sophisticated scanner that creates high resolution digital images of animal tissue, aiding in the study of how cells heal damaged tissue.