Stephen Seah's Lab
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Our lab studies structure-function relationships of enzymes involved in bacterial pathogenesis as well as those involved in pollutant, mycotoxins or steroid degradation.

Read about our research in the news:


The Battleford News Optimist

Undergraduate research project student positions​
There are short-term projects available for undergraduate students from the Microbiology, Biochemistry or MB&G program as part of the course requirements.  Co-op positions are also available.

Graduate Student Positions
Applications are invited from prospective graduate students (MSc/ PhD) with academic and/or laboratory experience in Biochemistry, Molecular Biology or Microbiology.  We are studying enzymes involved in steroid degradation that are potential targets for development of antibiotics against tuberculosis.  

Please email a letter of intent, updated CV, University transcripts and the names and addresses of 2 referees to Dr. Stephen Seah .  Competitive stipends are available for Canadian citizens or permanent residents.  International students will only be considered if they intend to pursue a PhD degree.


Dr. Stephen Seah

Department of Molecular and Cellular Biology

University of Guelph

Guelph, ON N1G 2W1

Office: Science Complex 4250