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Laurier Department of Religion and Culture celebrates 40th anniversary with special lecture
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<em>The Globe and Mail</em> highlights Laurier's active learning class The Globe and Mail highlights Laurier's active learning class
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Laurier’s Tshepo Institute presents Alan Whiteside: Is HIV/AIDS over?
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Laurier's Athletes of the Week: Nicole Lyon and Nakas Onyeka Laurier's Athletes of the Week: Nicole Lyon and Nakas Onyeka
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Indonesian delegation visits Laurier Faculty of Social Work Indonesian delegation visits Laurier Faculty of Social Work
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Laurier Marketing professor ranked No. 2 scholar in the world in International Marketing, No. 1 outside of the U.S. Laurier Marketing professor ranked No. 2 scholar in the world in International Marketing, No. 1 outside of the U.S.
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Laurier professors win prestigious OCUFA teaching awards
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<em>CBC:</em> Laurier professor Simon Kiss on the effectiveness of endorsements in election campaigns CBC: Laurier professor Simon Kiss on the effectiveness of endorsements in election campaigns
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Laurier's Athletes of the Week: Emily Brown and Dillon Campbell Laurier's Athletes of the Week: Emily Brown and Dillon Campbell
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Laurier launches campaign to ‘Build Canada’s Best  Business School’ Laurier launches campaign to ‘Build Canada’s Best Business School’
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Gabriel Moreno-Hagelsieb, Biology Gabriel Moreno-Hagelsieb studies the genomic sequence of microbes and microbial communities. His research analyzes the DNA of these microbes to determine which genes work together to attain a particular biological function, how these associations evolve, and how genetic changes and chromosome structure reflects in their function. Moreno-Hagelsieb’s bioinformatics research has applications in understanding our relationship with the microbes we host, the role of microbes in the environment, the development of antimicrobial agents and for engineering organisms that destroy pollutants.

Gabriel Moreno-Hagelsieb
Associate Professor,
Biology