Daniel Warner BScH
Graduate Student Internship
Supervisors: Dr Denise Harrison
and Dr. Brigitte Lemyre (CHEO and The Ottawa Hospital
This summer I will be working on the sucrose studies (SPiN-B, Be Sweet to Toddlers, Be Sweet to Babies) and studies being conducted in TOH’s NICU including BioNEC (looking for markers of necrotizing enterocolitis in soiled diapers) and MOBYDick (looking at the effects of Omega-3 supplementation in breastfeeding mothers).
Visual perception, neurological development, and gene therapy
Studied psychology at Queen’s University, earned a BScH. Completed an undergraduate thesis in the BioMotion Lab under the supervision of Dr. Niko Troje that examined the potential use of a theoretical visual depth cue termed ‘differential motion parallax’ which could be used to determine the relative distance between people and moving objects within their visual field.
Volunteered in the Language and Cognition Lab under Dr. Stanka Fitneva as a research assistant. Research had a focus on the acquisition of language and the associated effects on cognitive processes in young children.
Enrolled in the Clinical Research program at Humber College. Currently completing a student internship with Dr. Denise Harrison and Dr. Brigitte Lemyre at CHEO and The Ottawa Hospital working as a research assistant in neonatal and pediatric intensive care units in both hospitals.