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  • CRTP Integrated Learning Sessions

    Thursday, October 28, 2021

    • Time: 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
    • Location: MS Teams
    • Presenter: Dr. Trevor Pugh
    • Topic: Using -omics Technologies for Diagnosis and/or Treatment

    The Beatrice Hunter Cancer Research Institute CRTP Integrated Learning Session (ILS) will be held on Thursday 28 October from 10:00am-12:00pm ADT via videoconference  

    Integrated Learning Sessions consist of presentations from various cancer research perspectives to better understand and address a topic. 

    ILS sessions are mandatory for CRTP Trainees – please contact admin@bhcri.ca if you are unable to attend. Trainees recognize the benefit of having supervisors in attendance at these sessions and we hope that all supervisors of CRTP trainees will attend as many sessions as possible.

     

    Topic: Using -omics Technologies for Diagnosis and/or Treatment

     

    Title TBA

    Trevor Pugh, PhD, FACMG
    Senior Scientist, Princess Margaret Cancer Centre, University Health Network; Director of the Genomics and Senior Investigator at Ontario Institute of Cancer Research (OICR); Associate Professor in the Medical Biophysics Program, University of Toronto.

     

    Dr. Trevor Pugh, PhD, FACMG is a cancer genomics researcher, board-certified molecular geneticist, and holder of the Canada Research Chair in Translational Genomics. As Director of the Joint Genomics Program of the Princess Margaret Cancer Centre and Ontario Institute for Cancer Research, he oversees a comprehensive platform to deliver basic, translational, and clinical genomics services. He is also appointed as Associate Professor in the University of Toronto Department of Medical Biophysics, Senior Scientist at the Princess Margaret Cancer Centre, and Senior Investigator at the Ontario Institute for Cancer Research. His research lab is focused on understanding clinical implications of shifts in cancer and non-cancerous cell populations during treatment using cell-free DNA, immune repertoire, and single cell RNA-seq sequencing. Most recently, he was recognized by Canada's Top 40 Under 40, a Terry Fox New Investigator Award, and inclusion on the Web of Science Highly Cited Researchers List.

     

     

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    videoconference connection information will be sent to CRTP trainees and supervisors in advance via email. For all other members, if you are interested in joining this session, please contact admin@bhcri.ca 48 hours in advance for connection information.


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