CIHR Fellowship

Today I received some great news! I have been awarded a Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR) Post-Doctoral Fellowship for the next three years.

FRQ-S Post-Doctoral Fellowship

I am very grateful that I have been awarded a Post-Doctoral Fellowship from the Fonds de recherche du Québec – Santé to support my Post-Doc research for the next two years.

First prize for my publication in European Journal of Pharmacology

I won the first prize for my publication ‘Signaling signature of neurotensin receptor type 1 with endogenous ligands‘ published earlier this year in European Journal of Pharmacology. This publication prize is awarded by the Sherbrooke Neuroscience Centre.

Dean’s honour list

I received Dean’s honour list for my outstanding work all along 2016. This award is reserved for the top 10% of graduate students at the Faculty of medicine.

Presentation prize at Journée Phare 2016

I have been selected for a talk at Journée Phare 2016 and my presentation “Phosphomimetic lipopeptides as new tools to investigate β-arrestin-mediated functions.” won the second best oral presentation !

Canadian Student Health Research Forum 2016

I have been nominated to represent the Université de Sherbrooke at the 2016 edition of the Canadian Student Health Research Forum held at Winnipeg (MB) on June 7-9, 2016 (as being in the top 5% of doctoral students in Canada). I also received a Travel grant from the Canadian Institutes of Health Research ($1,000) to attend […]

Research and Innovation prize from Université de Sherbrooke awarded to Prof. Sarret and colleagues

The Research and Innovation prizes of Université de Sherbrooke aim to highlight a scientific discovery or a significant creative production published in the year.  The Université has chosen this year to honor professor Sarret and his colleagues for their work resulting in the development of new pain-relieving drugs.    The current drugs, such as morphine, have undesirable […]

Dean’s honour list

I received Dean’s honour list for my outstanding work all along 2014. This award is reserved for the top 10% of graduate students at the Faculty of medicine.