The Beharry Lab is interested in developing small molecule probes to solve problems in cancer biology. We start with chemistry to design and construct molecules, test them biochemically/biophysically in vitro then apply them in live-cells and animals. Our goal is to develop new cancer diagnostic tools and treatment platforms that will ultimately improve cancer prognosis.
Kamal and Adrian publishes an ACS Chem. Biol. review paper on Fluorescent Chemosensors
Prof. Beharry publishes an ACS Biochemistry Viewpoint on Activatable Photosensitizers
Welcome Reta Bodagh, CHM489 student
Welcome Sarah Mir, ROP student
Welcome Nima Gharibi, M.Sc. Student
Prof. Beharry receives a 2016-17 Connaught New Researcher Award!
Welcome Karishma Kailass, summer volunteer
Welcome Summer Research Fellows, Adrian Rotaru and Angela Kwan
Welcome Elyse Digby, CHM489 summer student
Welcome summer ROP students, Rahul Mistry and Paul Saliba
Welcome summer co-op student, Daniel Lee
Prof. Beharry awarded a 2017 NSERC Discovery Grant!
Prof. Beharry is participating in the Ask A Laureate event on May 12th. http://www.chem.utoronto.c...