|Jan K. Rainey - Curriculum
|Department of Biochemistry & Molecular Biology
Sir Charles Tupper Medical Building, Room 10-N1
5850 College St.
Halifax, Nova Scotia B3H 1X5
Phone: (902) 494-4632 (office) or (902) 494-4812 (lab)
Fax: (902) 494-1355 E-mail: jan.rainey<replace-with-at>dal.ca
Primary: Associate Professor, Department of Biochemistry & Molecular Biology, Dalhousie University, Halifax, Nova Scotia (July 2011 - Present)
Assistant Professor, Department of Biochemistry & Molecular Biology, Dalhousie University, Halifax, Nova Scotia (Nov. 2006 - June 2011)
Cross-appointed: Associate Professor, Department of Chemistry, Dalhousie Univeristy, Halifax, Nova Scotia (July 2011 - Present)
Assistant Professor, Department of Chemistry, Dalhousie Univeristy, Halifax, Nova Scotia (Apr. 2007 - June 2011)
University of Alberta,
(2003 – 2006).
Structural studies of transmembrane and membrane associated peptides by
solution and solid-state NMR, protein modelling, and computational
Toronto, Toronto, Ontario (1999 – 2002).
Experimental Physical Chemistry (Conferred June 2003).
preferential assembly explored by parallel microscopy and
Supervisor: M. Cynthia Goh.
Physical Chemistry (Conferred November 2000).
Thesis: Influences of charged and
sterically bulky species upon the morphology and structure of
preferential aggregates of collagen.
University of Guelph,
(1994 – 1998).
– Specialized Honors
Biochemistry (Co-op) with
Distinction (Conferred February 1999).
Remote substituent effects on oxymercuration/demercuration of
Fellowships & Awards
As an independent investigator:
(1994 – 1998).
Physical and Engineering Science, University of Guelph (1994
Undergraduate Research Fellow, Cornell University (1998).
Award for Best Co-op Work Report, University of Guelph (1997).
Scholarship, University of Guelph (1994).
Scholarship, University of Guelph (1994)
|Further Research Experience
- G.P. Hess
Group, Section of Biochemistry, Cornell University,
biology & cell culture.
- M.C. Goh
Group, Department of Chemistry, University of Toronto,
ON. (1997). Atomic
confocal microscopy; small-angle neutron scattering &
Canada Inc., Research & Business Development,
(1996 & 1997). Polymer
characterization by spectroscopy & microscopy, development of
remote data handling software & large-scale multi-user database
design and implementation.
Publications & Conference Presentations
See publications page.
| Last Update: Sept 11 2012