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Krembil Research Institute


  • 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
  • more

  • 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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Krembil Research Institute Renaming a 2015 Highlight
Feb 12, 2016

The Toronto Western Hospital ended a successful 2015 by renaming its research arm the Krembil Research Institute. The renaming honours the Krembil family, whose name now appropriately graces the Institute after years of supporting world class research. This support, now totaling $80 million, helps make it possible for Krembil scientists—who are relentlessly working to cure degenerative diseases—to make a significant impact on the wellbeing of Canadians and the global population.


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Brain Cancer: New Treatment Targets
Feb 12, 2016

Glioblastoma is a particularly aggressive brain cancer that is highly resistant to treatment in part because a small subset of glioblastoma cells acquire the ability to self-renew. This small population of cells often evade treatment, which is why researchers are seeking new methods to target them.


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UHN Scientists Win CRC Chairs
Feb 10, 2016

The Honourable Kirsty Duncan, Minister of Science recently announced that eight UHN researchers will be awarded a total of $9.4 M from the Canada Research Chairs (CRC) program.


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