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Chanel Ghesquiere

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I’m a master's student studying how engineered probiotics can reduce intestinal inflammation in Crohn’s disease. I completed 16 months of co-op at BC Cancer (Victoria, BC, Canada) during my undergrad. Outside of school, I enjoy rowing, running, baking, and reading.

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