Anson Sing || Research Specialist
I graduated with a B. Arts Sci.-Biochemistry from McMaster University and completed my PhD in Helen McNeill’s lab at the University of Toronto investigating a novel role for the atypical Cadherin, Fat, in mitochondrial biology. In my postdoctoral work in Julie Lefebvre’s lab at the Hospital for Sick Children in Toronto I studied how the clustered protocadherins direct the development of cortical interneurons in the mammalian brain.
In my spare time I enjoy exploring local restaurants and neighbourhood hangouts, and can also often be found gaming (both board and video).