Dr. Chan earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology from Caltech.
He then attained a Doctor of Philosophy degree in Molecular and Cellular Biology from the University of Washington, based on dissertation research carried out in the laboratory of Dr. Mark B. Roth at the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center.
After a post-doctoral fellowship in the laboratory of Drs. Dmitry A. Gordenin and Michael A. Resnick at the U.S. National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences, Dr. Chan started as an Assistant Professor in the Department of Biochemistry, Microbiology, and Immunology and a member of the Ottawa Institute of Systems Biology at the uOttawa Faculty of Medicine in July, 2016. He also holds a Tier 2 Canada Research Chair, investigating the Molecular Basis of Cancer Mutagenesis.
Dr. Chan is always happy to consider applications from motivated students who are interested in figuring out what causes mutations in cancers and normal cells. Our group is 100% committed to supporting the professional aspirations of all trainees, in any career track of choice.
When applying to join the research group, please include up to date transcripts, C.V. or résumé, and a brief statement of purpose expressing why you're interested in joining our lab specifically. Dr. Chan's email address is:
Suzana P. Gelova
Ph.D. in Biology
(Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium, 2014)
Reena M. Fabros
B.Tech. in Biotechnology summa cum laude
(McMaster University, 2016)
B.ASc. in Chemical Engineering magna cum laude and
Honours B.Sc. in Biochemistry magna cum laude
Honours B.Sc. Student in Translational and Molecular Medicine (TMM)
Honours B.Sc. student in Biopharmaceutical Science (Medicinal Chemistry)
B.Sc. student in Biopharmaceutical Science (Genomics)
Honours B.Sc. student in Biochemistry (Microbiology & Immunology)
Jenny Cho, B.Sc. rotation student in Translational & Molecular Medicine
Aurgho Datta, B.Sc. student in Biomedical Science (UROP)
Jamie Zhen, B.Sc. student in Biomedical Science (UROP)
Reda Silarbi, B.Sc. student in Biomedical Science