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  • Research foci: cancer— genomics, informatics, molecular biology, clinical trials, signalling pathways, structural biology and biophysics.
  • 376 scientists and clinician-scientists
  • $150M external funding
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  • Headquartered at the Banting Building
  • Research foci: guided therapeutics, informatics and communication technologies, nanotechnology and radiochemistry, photonics, design and engineering for health
  • 50 scientists and clinician-scientists
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  • Located at the Toronto General Hospital
  • Research foci: cardiology, transplantation, immunology and infectious disease
  • 256 scientists and clinician-scientists
  • $74M external funding
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  • Located at Toronto Rehab
  • Research foci: rehabilitation sciences, cardiopulmonary fitness and mobility
  • 118 scientists and clinician-scientists
  • $9M external funding
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  • Located at the Toronto Western Hospital
  • Research foci: Neural and visual sciences, musculoskeletal disease and community and population health
  • 161 scientists and clinician-scientists
  • $37M external funding
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Cancer Researcher Honoured
Jul 24, 2015

PM Cancer Centre Senior Scientist Dr. Rama Khokha was recently selected as a co-recipient of the Canadian Cancer Society's prestigious Robert L. Noble prize along with University of Toronto researcher Dr. James Rutka.The award recognizes Dr. Khokha's research contributions to our understanding of various aspects of cancer biology, particularly for cancers of the breast, liver, lung and bone. More recently, her research has uncovered the effects of the hormone progesterone on breast cancer stem cells and revealed the role of the TIMP gene family in regulating the tumour microenvironment.


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McEwen Monthly March Issue Now Available Online
Jul 22, 2015

The July issue of the  McEwen Monthly is now available online!

This month`s issue highlights a study by McEwen Centre Researcher Dr. Peter Zandstra, which reveals a way to identify and track a new type of stem cell, known as an F-class stem cell. Use of the marker will enable production of more refined stem cell populations for use in potential stem cell therapies.

Also read about the 2015 recipients of the McEwen Award for Innovation, as well as new funding for translational stem cell and regenerative medicine research.

To read these stories and more, click here.


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Physiotherapy Research Excellence
Jul 20, 2015

TRI Senior Scientist Dr. Dina Brooks was awarded an International Service Award for research from the World Confederation for Physical Therapy (WCPT). The award honours individuals who have made a significant contribution to the field of physical therapy research.


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