Administration & Other Duties
Academic and Professional Appointments:
2012-2014: International Expert Member, National Medical Research Council, Singapore.
2012-2013: External Reviewer, Biological Sciences, Simon Fraser University.
2012: Editorial Board, PLoS ONE.
2012: Ontario Research Fund, Large Infrastructure Fund Committee.
2010-2012: Member, Ontario Graduate Scholarship Selection Panel.
2010: Visiting Professor, Dept. of Comparative Anatomy, University Warmia and Mazury, Poland.
2007-2008: Grant Selection Committee 32, NSERC.
2005-2007: Chair, Grant Selection Committee 32, NSERC.
2004-2007: Grant Selection Committee 32, NSERC.
University of Western Ontario Administrative Duties:
2012-2015: Promotion and Tenure Committee, Dept. of Chemistry.
2012-2015: Promotion and Tenure Committee, Dept. of Microbiology & Immunology.
2012-2015: Promotion and Tenure Committee, Dept. of Physiology & Pharmacology.
2011-2014: Research Committee, Dept. of Biology.
2011-2012: Joint Promotion and Tenure Committee, Anatomy & Cell Biology and Faculty of Health Sciences.
2011-2012: Unit Users Committee, Dept. of Biology.
2010-2013: Faculty of Science Academic Development Fund Evaluation Committee.
2010-2013: Promotion and Tenure Committee, Anatomy & Cell Biology.
2010-2013: Faculty of Science NSERC Re-Discovery Grant Evaluation Committee.
2010-2013: Workload Committee, Dept. of Biology.
2010-2012: CRC II Search Committee for Development Epigeneticist, Schulich School of Medicing and Dentistry & Faculty of Science.
2010-2012: Chair, Bioinformatics Search Committee, Dept. of Biology.
Over the years my laboratory has been involved in studying several aspects of fish and mouse embryonic development and as such we have generated many spin-off research projects that require further investigation by individuals at the undergraduate, M.Sc., Ph.D, and PDF levels. Many of these projects deal with members of the Wnt signaling pathway that dictate and direct the cell-cell signaling events that pattern the developing embryo. Although our research is focused on the Wnt pathway, we are in no way limited by them. To that end, the lab offers considerable training and we use state-of-the-art molecular, cellular, and biochemical approaches to elucidate a number of diverse biological problems associated with development.
Dr. Gregory M. Kelly
Professor, Department of Biology
Rm 359, Western Science Centre
1151 Richmond St.
London, Ontario, Canada