Terry Fox Lab scientist and Simon Fraser University assistant professor Dr. Ly Vu was recently recognized with a ASH Scholar Award.
Dr. Connie Eaves, distinguished scientist and co-founder of the Terry Fox Laboratory at BC Cancer, has been included as one of Chatelaine’s Women of the Year as an “all-around awesome woman who helped put Canada on the world stage.”
The Canada Gairdner Awards recognize the world's most creative and accomplished biomedical scientists who are advancing humanity and the world.
In the podcast, Ryan shares his journey of how identifying a need in one field allowed him to tackle some of the most challenging data analysis issues in flow cytometry.
Each year, over 2,000 British Columbians are diagnosed with blood cancer. BC Cancer is looking at innovative treatment solutions to reduce the burden of cancer in B.C. and beyond.
A MSE Research Grant awarded to Dr. Peter Lansdorp by the National Institute of Standards and Technology (US) to generate Strand-seq data on human reference samples
Reference collections of human genomes are a critically important resource for biomedical discovery. We recently described that the single cell Strand-seq method, which was developed in my laboratory, has unique potential to detect large polymorphic inversions and map them onto fully phased genome assemblies.
BC Cancer Foundation is the fundraising partner of BC Cancer, which includes BC Cancer Research. Together with our donors, we are changing cancer outcomes for British Columbians by funding innovative research and personalized treatment and care.