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.
The Canada Gairdner Awards recognize the world's most creative and accomplished biomedical scientists who are advancing humanity and the world.
We are pleased to announce the appointment of Dr. Rachel Murphy as a scientist within the Cancer Control Research Department of BC Cancer - Research effective October 12.
This November marks 20 years of science, discovery, innovation, collaboration and education at the BC Cancer Genome Sciences (GSC).To celebrate, 16 GSC researchers, partners, former trainees and leaders in the field of genomics will give presentations at a celebratory scientific symposium.
The Practice-based Research Challenge bridges the gap between clinical practice and research by empowering point-of-care interprofessional clinical teams to identify challenging clinical issues and find evidence-based answers through research.
Dr. Haishan Zeng receives CIHR project grant of $711,451 for “Multiphoton Photothermolysis Based Laser Therapy for Precision Treatment of Neovascular Eye Diseases”
Congratulations to Dr. Haishan Zeng for receiving a CIHR project grant of $711,451 for “Multiphoton Photothermolysis Based Laser Therapy for Precision Treatment of Neovascular Eye Diseases”.
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.