Researchers at the Princess Margaret Cancer Centre study stem cells, cell signaling, cell biology, structural biology, immunology and immune therapy, molecular imaging, guided therapeutics, genomics, epigenomics, proteomics, and bioinformatics from the perspective of how these areas play a role in the genesis and growth of cancer.
Our researchers are focused on moving their findings from the ‘bench to the bedside’ as quickly and safely as possible in order to improve cancer patient outcomes.
The Campbell Family Cancer Research Institute has a strong history of breakthrough cancer research including the discovery of stem cells, cancer stem cells, and the use of radiation therapy to cure Hodgkin's disease. Today, the dedicated work continues of facilitating the translation of cancer discoveries into new life-saving therapies and more personalized cancer treatments for each patient.
Techna is an institute of the University Health Network, in partnership with the University of Toronto, focused on the accelerated development and exploitation of technology for improved health.