Dr. Melissa Chee earned her PhD in Neuroscience from the University of Alberta and completed postdoctoral training at Harvard Medical School. Her current interests are lab plants, snacks, and neuron art.
Eligible to supervise at the undergraduate and graduate level. Volunteers. Please visit the Chee lab for available positions. Honour's thesis students. Interviews will be announced and held in the Winter term only. Please visit the Chee lab website for for dates.
"We invite exceptional and highly-motivated students of every race, ethnicity, gender identity, and/or sexual orientation to share our passion for neuroscience."Chee Lab family
"We invite exceptional and highly-motivated students of every race, ethnicity, gender identity, and/or sexual orientation to share our passion for neuroscience."
The Chee lab investigates the neurobiology of obesity. The brain is a key organ in obesity, and their research examines the internal and external factors that influence the brain in obesity.
List of Chee lab publications can be viewed here
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