Daniel Wright

Daniel Wright

Summer Student

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  • Western University, JD (2022)
  • Western University, MSc Anatomy & Cell Biology (2018)
  • Western University, BSc Kinesiology (2016)



Daniel has completed his first year at Western University’s Faculty of Law. During his first year of study, Daniel was a representative of the Western Intellectual Property Association (WIPA). In his second year of study, he will continue to participate on the executive board of WIPA as Vice President. Prior to his studies in law, Daniel completed a BSc in Kinesiology at Western University, a MSc in Anatomy & Cell Biology. During his undergraduate studies, he spent multiple years on the Kinesiology Students Association executive team, and pursued research in 3-dimensional muscular imaging. During his graduate studies, he collaborated on multiple research projects involving adolescent exposure to nicotine and cannabis.

  • Adolescent Nicotine Induces Depressive and Anxiogenic Effects Through ERK 1-2 and Akt-GSK-3 Pathways and Neuronal Dysregulation in the Nucleus Accumbens, Addiction Biology, [Publication Pending] Submitted February 2020.
  • Adolescent Nicotine Exposure Induces Dysregulation of Mesocorticolimbic Activity States and Depressive and Anxiety-like Prefrontal Cortical Molecular Phenotypes Persisting into Adulthood, Cerebral Cortex, 29:7, July 2019
  • Adolescent Nicotine Exposure Induces Molecular and Neuronal Features of Depressive Disorder in Adulthood in the Mesolimbic System, Experimental Biology, San Diego, April 2018