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Shaiya Robinson
Shaiya Robinson
Assistant Professor
ABB C514
905-525-9140 ext. 26023
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Dr. Shaiya Robinson has a Ph.D. in cell and molecular biology from McMaster University. Her doctoral thesis examined the role of a transcription factor called Kaiso in intestinal epithelial  homeostasis. Dr. Robinson completed her postdoctoral studies at the Hospital for Sick Children. There, she compared the effects of different Lactobacillus probiotics on key signalling pathways that govern intestinal epithelial cell differentiation. Currently, Dr. Robinson is an Assistant Professor with the School of Interdisciplinary Science where she teaches courses in the Life Science Program. Outside of teaching and research, Dr. Robinson enjoys baking, hiking, and horror movies.
intestinal homeostasis; developmental biology; cell signalling; cell & molecular biology; genetics; peer-mentorship; virtual learning and student engagement
LIFESCI 2G03; LIFESCI 2CC3; LIFESCI 3XX3; LIFESCI 4DD3
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