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Page Mike Gorenchtein
Graduate Student
Department BC Generations Project
A major health research project investigating environmental, lifestyle and genetic factors in the development of cancer and other serious diseases in British Columbia, Canada.
Folder Associate Members
 
Page Jurgen Vielkind, PhD
Emeritus Scientist - Genetics Unit, Integrative Oncology
Folder Investigational Drug Program
 
Folder GLP Toxicology II
 
Folder cGMP Parenteral Manufacturing
 
Folder Validated Methods
 
Folder Clinical Trials
 
Folder GLP Toxicology
 
Folder In Vivo Imaging II
 
Folder Xenograft Tumour Models
 
Folder Murine Tumour Models
 
Folder In Vitro Testing I
 
Folder In Vitro Testing II
 
Folder In Vivo Imaging
 
Department Investigational Drug Program
 
Department Technology Development Office (TDO)
The TDO works very closely with researchers to take promising inventions or discoveries to market. TDO also manages the relationship between scientists, clinicians and industry partners to promote relationships and to explore opportunities for translating discoveries into innovations. As a result of these internal and external demands, the TDO operates under the following guiding principles. - Transfer technology from researchers to the clinic - Work within a framework of fairness and equity for scientists, clinicians and external partners - Ensure that technology transfer does not inhibit basic science and the scientific process - Function as a networking resource connecting industry with the research and technology expertise of the BCCA
Link Please Visit the Technology Development Office Website for Further Information
 
Department PREDICT
A population-scale biobank of blood samples obtained prior to therapy to support research into improving cancer treatment
Page Bhavjinder Dhillon
 
Folder images
 
Page Bruce Woolcock
 
Page Joseph M. Connors, MD., FRCPC
Clinical Director, Centre for Lymphoid Cancer
Page Dr. Angela Brooks-Wilson, Ph.D.
 
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