Kenneth Storey
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Kenneth B. Storey


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My research focus is biochemical adaptation and my lab studies the gene, protein and enzyme mechanisms used for animal survival in harsh environments including hibernation, freezing survival, estivation and anoxia tolerance. My lab has explored these topics in >600 research papers, reviews and book chapters. I am a graduate of the University of Calgary (BSc 1971) and University of British Columbia (PhD 1974), a Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada and 2010 recipient of the RSC Flavelle medal.

Biochemistry Molecular Biology

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Professor and Canada Research Chair

Carleton University
Institute of Biochemistry, Depts of Biology and Chemistry


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