Su-Bin Park

  • Undergraduate Student
  • BSc. Integrated Science: Life and Health Science
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Research

My independent study examined mRNA expressions of ghrelin receptors (GHSR) and glucocorticoid receptors (NR3C1) in the brains of mice exposed to chronic social defeat paradigm versus the control. Currently, I am working on my Honor’s project where I am investigating potential on/off gene switch for circadian rhythm in mice. My time working in the Abizaid lab has greatly influenced my interest in pursuing graduate study. Research area that I am highly interested in is looking at how the genetic expressions can be altered by the environment, which ultimately changes behavior in individuals.

Volunteer Experience

  • NICER lab (Neuroscience of Imagination Cognition and Emotion Research) 2012 – Present
  • Senior Student Leader, Carleton Co-op and Career Services 2012 – Present
  • Note taker for Paul Menton Center for students with disability 2011 – 2014
  • Patient Care Volunteer, Ottawa Civic’s Hospital 2011 – 2012

Internship

  • Adipose Derived Stem Cell Research, St.Mary’s Hospital & Catholic University of Korea (May-Aug, 2013)