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Kenneth Storey

Job Title: Professor, Biochemistry and Biology
Employer: Carleton University
Place of Birth: Taber, Alberta, Canada
Public School attended: Branton in Calgary
High School attended: William Aberhart in Calgary
Further Education: University of Calgary (B.Sc.), University of British Columbia (Ph.D.).
Geographic focus of research: Ontario, New Brusnwick, Nova Scotia, USA, Italy, UK

Brief synopsis of current research:
Our lab studies the biochemical and genetic responses in aquatic organisms during environmental stress . We analyze biochemical changes (stress kinases, metabolism, hormone changes) as well as look at novel genes upregulated in organisms that re-sculpt organisms to survive stressors.

Mailing address:
Professor of Biochemistry, Carleton University, Dept. of Biology or Dept. of Chemistry, 1125 Colonel By Drive, Ottawa, ON, K1S 5B6
Phone: (613)520-3678, Res: (613) 225-9015; Fax: (613)520-2569 (office) or -2710, -3830 (lab)

E-mail:
kbstorey@ccs.carleton.caOR
kenneth_storey@carleton.ca

Website:
www.carleton.ca/~kbstorey

Recent Publications:

Cowan, K.J., MacDonald, J.A., Storey, J.M. and Storey, K.B. 20000. Metabolic reorganization and signal transduction during estivation in the spadefoot toad. Exp. Biol. Online 5, 1

Storey, K.B., Dent, M.E. and Storey, J.M. 1999. Gene expression during estivation in spade foot toads, Scaphiopus couchii. J. Exp. Zool. 284, 325-333.

Heldmaier, G., Klingenspor, M., Werneyer, M., Brooks, S.P.J., Lampi, B.J. and Storey, K.B. 1999. Metabolic adjustments during daily torpor in the Djungarian hamster. Am. J. Physiol. 276, E896-E906.

Devireddy, R.V., Barratt, P.R., Storey, K.B. and Bischof, J.C. 1999. Liver freezing response of the freeze tolerant wood frog, Rana sylvatica, in the presence and absence of glucose. I. Experimental measurements. Cryobiology 38, 310-326.

Devireddy, R.V., Barratt, P.R., Storey, K.B. and Bischof, J.C. 1999. Liver freezing response of the freeze tolerant wood frog, Rana sylvatica, in the presence and absence of glucose. II. Mathematical modeling. Cryobiology 38, 327-338.