Carleton Neuroscience Students worry about research, ponder legal action

CTV OttawaPublished Thursday, December 8, 2016 6:07PM ESTLast Updated Thursday, December 8, 2016 6:53PM EST Neuroscience students at Carleton University are considering legal action over a move they say that could jeopardize their research. The students have to be out of their old building undergoing construction but won’t get access to their new space for months after that. It’s ironic that much of the research these neuroscience students are doing is focused on stress and depression; something they are becoming too familiar with as they worry about years of work coming to a temporary halt. Ashley Thompson is a fourth year PhD student in neuroscience with a focus on Parkinson’s. It is time-sensitive lab work with mice that can’t handle a disruption in research. “Not knowing what’s going to happen…


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