Chloe is originally from Burlington, Ontario. She completed her honours bachelor’s degree in Microbiology and Immunology at Dalhousie University. Chloe initially joined the Berman lab as a summer student in May 2011. Following this term she began working as an honours student through the 2011/2012 academic year.
Chloe’s project was focused on characterizing the Notch signaling pathway and its role in mast cell development with aims to identify novel therapeutic strategies for targeting human mast cell diseases.
IWK Summer Studentship Presentation, 1st Place Presentation Award, August 2011. “Over-expression of Notch signaling results in increased mast cells numbers in transgenic zebrafish.”