Researchers Seek to Make Blood Stem Cell Transplants Available to More Patients

More than 50,000 people around the world receive blood stem cell transplants every year to treat leukemia and other blood disorders, making the procedure “inarguably the most successful and most widely used treatment in regenerative medicine,” says John Dick.
Dec 18 / 2017

New Funding to Speed up Analysis of Patient Tumour DNA Data

University of Toronto computational scientists have received new funding to develop faster and more accurate algorithms that can keep track of how tumours change over time in a bid to improve diagnosis and treatment.
Dec 11 / 2017

Director Brenda Andrews to Help Lead Canada’s Largest Health Research Funding Body

Brenda Andrews, University Professor and director of the Donnelly Centre for Cellular and Biomolecular Research, has been appointed to the governing council of the Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR), the main federal funding body for health research and innovation, the government has announced.
Dec 8 / 2017

Postdoctoral Fellows and Research Associates Gather for Annual Symposium

Earlier this week, Donnelly Centre postdoctoral fellows (PDF) and research associates (RA) came together for a day-long event to present their research and foster collaborations between labs.
Dec 6 / 2017
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