Yan Ling Iris Chiu
Department of Cell and Systems Biology
University of Toronto
25 Harbord St., Toronto, ON M5S 3G5
- Role of arrestin-rhodopsin interaction in dim-light adapted animals
- Comparative studies of disease-associated mutations in rhodopsin with arrestin and transducin peptides
- Molecular evolution of rhodopsin-like opsin (RH2) in teleost fish
MSc. (2017-Present) — University of Toronto, Cell and Systems Biology
H.B.Sc. (2017) — University of Toronto, Biochemistry & Pharmacology
Vision Science Research Fellowship, 2018
University of Toronto Fellowship, 2017
University of Toronto Dean’s List Scholar, 2014-2017
Ontario Scholar, 2013
Selected Contributed Presentations
- Chiu, Y.L.I., Van Nynatten A., Chang, B.S.W. 2017. Do ancestral duplications in teleost RH2 drive divergent selection in functional properties of the visual pigment? Cell & Systems Biology Undergraduate Research Day, University of Toronto, ON. (Poster).
- Chiu, Y.L.I., De Serrano, A., Rodd, H. 2015. The effect of ritalin on second generation guppy body size and male colouration. Research Opportunity Program Poster Fair, University of Toronto, ON (Poster).
- Chiu, Y.L.I., De Serrano, A., Rodd, H. 2015. The effect of ritalin on second generation guppy body size and male colouration. Ontario Ecology, Ethology and Evolution Colloquium, York University (Poster).