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Last updated: 4/25/2018
Nicole Arguelles
Student/Postdoc in Training Member

Professional Information
University of Toronto
PhD Candidate
1 King's College Circle
Medical Science Building, Room 4334
M5S1A8  Canada
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416 9785155 (Phone)
  ADME In Vitro, Animal Models, Cyp Enzymes, Enzyme Induction, Enzyme Inhibition, In Vitro/In Vivo Correlation, Pharmacokinetics
Additional Information
September 2011-December 2015
Honours Bachelor of Science, University of Toronto, Scarborough Campus
Double Major in Biochemistry (Co-op) and Molecular Biology, Immunology, and Disease

Poster Presentation: Arguelles N, Wadji FB, Miksys S, Tyndale RF. Sex- and Age-Related Differences in Hepatic and Brain CYP2D Protein Levels in African Green Monkeys. 2017 Visions in Pharmacology Research Day, University of Toronto, May 2017

Oral Presentation: Arguelles N, Wadji FB, Miksys S, Tyndale RF. Sex differences in brain oxycodone and metabolite levels and analgesia: A role for brain CYP2D. CAMH Year-end Trainee Data Blitz Toronto, December 2017

Other Research Experience
January-August 2014: Research Student Assistant, Centre for Addiction and Mental Health
January-May 2015: Supervised Study in Biology, BIOD95H3 University of Toronto Scarborough

Social/Volunteer Organizations
September-December 2014
Mentor, First Year Experience Program: University of Toronto, Scarborough Campus

October 2013-September 2014
Volunteer, Global Brigades Medical: University of Toronto, Scarborough Campus September

2012-April 2013
Social Representative, Filipino Association: University of Toronto, Scarborough Campus

September-December 2012
Volunteer, Medical Health Unit: Toronto General Hospital
More Information
One of my career goals is to raise awareness in the importance of understanding the differences in drug response and/or treatment. I want to highlight the need for equal care, improving diagnosis, and providing a more tailored treatment, reflecting the diversity of the population receiving them. My focus is to represent the underrepresentated populations particularly females and minority ethnic groups.
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