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  • Moamen Bydoun, BSc (Honours)


Dr. David Waisman

Program of Study:

MSc, Pathology

Project Title:

Understanding the Role of the Plasminogen Receptor S100A10 in Pancreatic Cancer Progression

Scholarships and/or Awards:

  • Cancer Research Training Program Traineeship Award (2013)
  • Norah Stephen Oncology Scholar Award (2012)
  • Harriet Knor Cancer Research Award (2011)
  • Dalhousie In-course Scholarship (2011)
  • Dean’s List (2010-2011-2012)

Career Aspirations:

Moamen would like to pursue a MD degree or a combined MD/PhD degree, become a medical oncologist and establish his own cancer research laboratory. 
He will utilize his graduate experience in cancer research to shape his future career/choices.


Dalhousie University


Bharadwaj A, Bydoun M, Holloway R, and Waisman D. (2013). Annexin A2 Heterotetramer: Structure and Function. Int. J. Mol. Sci. 14:1-49.

Marcato P, Dean C.A, Liu R.Z, Bydoun M, Wallace M, Clements D, Turner C, Mathenge E.D, Gujar S.A, Giacomantonio C.A, Mackey J.R, Godbout R, and Lee P.W.K.
(2013). Breast Cancer Stem Cell Marker ALDH1A3 Initiates Retinoic Acid Signalling and Determines Breast Cancer Progression. Submitted to Cell Cycle.

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