Mohammad Sultan, BSc Microbiology and Immunology
Supervisor:Dr. Paola Marcato
Program of Study:MSc Department of Pathology
Project Title:Identification of paclitaxel response mediators in breast cancer using an in vivo total genome knockdown screen.
Scholarships and/or Awards:
- First place poster presentation award, IHRTP Research Day (2015)
- TFRI travel award for TFRI Annual Scientific Meeting (2015)
- Cancer Research Training Program (CRTP) Traineeship Award (2015)
- BHCRI/CBCF summer studentship award (2014)
- DCARS summer studentship award (2013)
- Dalhousie Dean’s list (2013-2014)
I would like to pursue a combined PhD/MD degree. These research training experiences, along with my studies, will be of great benefit to me in achieving my ultimate goal of becoming a medical oncologist and a translational cancer researcher.
Krysta M Coyle, Margaret L Thomas, Mohammad Sultan and Paola Marcato.. Targeting Key Stemness Related Pathways in Human Cancers (Chapter 18). Cancer Stem Cells: Emerging Concepts and Future Perspectives in Translational Oncology. Springer (2015).
Margaret L Thomas, Krysta M Coyle, Mohammad Sultan and Paola Marcato.. Cancer Stem Cells and Chemoresistance: Strategies to Overcome Therapeutic Resistance (Chapter 26). Cancer Stem Cells: Emerging Concepts and Future Perspectives in Translational Oncology. Springer (2015).
Margaret Lois Thomas, Krysta Mila Coyle, Mohammad Sultan, Ahmad Vaghar-Kashani and Paola Marcato. (2014). Chemoresistance in Cancer Stem Cells andStrategies to Overcome Chemotherapy Resistance.
Coyle KM, Sultan M, Thomas M, Kashani AV and Marcato P. (2013). Retinoid Signaling in Cancer and its Promise for Therapy. Journal of Carcinogenesis and Mutagenensis.