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New insights made into cellular-signalling pathway linked to cancer and other diseases

New insights made into cellular-signalling pathway linked to cancer and other diseases

Dr. Brad Doble's lab has revealed important insights into the regulation of the cell signalling pathway Wnt, which is strongly implicated in the development of colon and other types of cancer. [...]

Tina Depko

Tina Depko | Monday, September 11, 2017


OCRiT's Impact

OCRiT's Impact

At the conclusion of the five-year Ontario Consortium for Regeneration inducing Therapeutics (OCRiT) project, we reflect on the outcomes. [...]

Paige Collins

Paige Collins | Friday, August 12, 2016

Graduating on a High Note

Graduating on a High Note

As a doctoral candidate preparing to defend his thesis, Stefan Rentas sees his publication in Nature as an “exclamation point” on his time in Dr. Kristin Hope’s group. [...]

Stefan Rentas

Stefan Rentas | Friday, August 12, 2016

Putting Ontario's Game-Changing Research at your Fingertips

Putting Ontario's Game-Changing Research at your Fingertips

Look for our "Treating Pain" card in the 2016 deck of Game-Changing Research trading cards. [...]

Paige Collins

Paige Collins | Monday, July 18, 2016

Improving Stem Cell Transplants: There's Hope

Improving Stem Cell Transplants: There's Hope

The Hope group has found a new way to exact an unprecedented amount of control on the development of important blood stem cells. Basically, they have a found a new way to make more cord blood stem cells in a dish. [...]

Paige Collins

Paige Collins | Wednesday, April 27, 2016

At Bench and Bedside

At Bench and Bedside

Following her appearance on CBC's The Current, we sat down with Dr. Singh to learn more about the interplay of her roles as both surgeon and scientist. [...]

Paige Collins

Paige Collins | Thursday, February 4, 2016

Serendipity in Science

Serendipity in Science

Following the Bhatia lab's January 2016 publication in Cancer Cell, we caught up with the study's first author Dr. Borhane Guezguez to hear about his experience at the SCC-RI. [...]

Paige Collins

Paige Collins | Friday, January 15, 2016

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