OICR is an innovative translational research institute dedicated to research on the prevention, early detection, diagnosis and treatment of cancer.
Read the Annual Report: PDF [24 MB]
You are invited to attend the
Presented by: Dr. John DickMonday, September 15, 2014, 4 p.m.
Register for this free event
The Ontario Health Study is helping researchers better understand chronic diseases like cancer, heart disease and diabetes. A small investment of your time will help to improve public health for generations to come.
Click here to take part
FACIT helps transform groundbreaking cancer-related research and innovation in Ontario into viable commercial opportunities.
Our alliance of over 150 organizations in over 20 countries is collaborating to share knowledge and best practices, to benefit medicine and human health. - Dr. Tom Hudson
Find out more
Learn more about OICR's programs, funding opportunities and careers.
The new project will use the power of cloud computing to make the large datasets and necessary computing power required for cancer genomics available to researchers around the world.
Read the story
To learn more about OICR's job opportunities, please visit our Careers page.
Learn more about OICR's commercialization program, IPDC Fund and investment opportunities.
An engineer by training, Dr. Jeremy Cepek discusses why he became a cancer researcher and why imaging is so important to improving cancer therapies.
View the video
Learn more about OICR's research, leadership, the latest news items and contact information.
© 2013 Ontario Institute for Cancer Research. All rights reserved.
Funding for the Ontario Institute for Cancer Research is provided by the Government of Ontario