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Philip Awadalla
Aug 17, 2021
Researchers uncover evolutionary forces at play in the aging of the blood system and identify people at increased risk of blood cancer
Researchers uncover evolutionary forces at play in the aging of the blood system and identify people at increased risk of blood cancer
Sep 03, 2020
Analyzing SARS-CoV-2: A cancer researcher trainee’s perspective
Analyzing SARS-CoV-2: A cancer researcher trainee’s perspective
Jun 25, 2020
CanPath Awarded $2.1 million CIHR Grant for SUPPORT-Canada COVID-19 Initiative
CanPath Awarded $2.1 million CIHR Grant for SUPPORT-Canada COVID-19 Initiative
Feb 05, 2020
Unraveling the story behind the cancers we can’t explain
Unraveling the story behind the cancers we can’t explain
Jul 23, 2019
Blood samples, biostatistics and a fresh perspective: The makings of a cancer prediction machine
Blood samples, biostatistics and a fresh perspective: The makings of a cancer prediction machine
Aug 07, 2018
Data integration for the future of precision oncology
Data integration for the future of precision oncology
Jul 10, 2018
Researchers find early indicators of leukemia in genomes up to 10 years before symptoms surfaced
Researchers find early indicators of leukemia in genomes up to 10 years before symptoms surfaced
Jun 19, 2018
More than 300,000 Canadians enrol in multi-decade research initiative to monitor disease trends
More than 300,000 Canadians enrol in multi-decade research initiative to monitor disease trends
Mar 29, 2018
Q and A with Dr. Philip Awadalla, Scientific Director of the Canadian Partnership for Tomorrow Project
Q and A with Dr. Philip Awadalla, Scientific Director of the Canadian Partnership for Tomorrow Project
Mar 29, 2018
Canada’s largest health research platform teams up with University of Toronto to accelerate cancer and chronic disease research
Canada’s largest health research platform teams up with University of Toronto to accelerate cancer and chronic disease research
Mar 06, 2018
Study shows that environmental exposures such as air pollution are more determinant of respiratory health than inherited genetics
Study shows that environmental exposures such as air pollution are more determinant of respiratory health than inherited genetics
Jan 25, 2018
The Canadian Data Integration Centre receives new funding to help cancer researchers translate findings to patients
The Canadian Data Integration Centre receives new funding to help cancer researchers translate findings to patients
May 03, 2017
Study bringing more precision medicine to Ontario’s cancer patients
Study bringing more precision medicine to Ontario’s cancer patients
Jan 17, 2017
First follow-up questionnaire to strengthen Ontario Health Study data
First follow-up questionnaire to strengthen Ontario Health Study data
May 13, 2016
OICR researcher receives $2 million in federal funding to study metabolic conditions that can lead to cancer
OICR researcher receives $2 million in federal funding to study metabolic conditions that can lead to cancer
May 02, 2016
$2 million in new funding from Canadian Institutes of Health Research will help Ontario team study metabolic syndromes
$2 million in new funding from Canadian Institutes of Health Research will help Ontario team study metabolic syndromes
Dec 01, 2015
OICR Investigator profile: Dr. Philip Awadalla
OICR Investigator profile: Dr. Philip Awadalla
Nov 15, 2015
New study on effect of trees rooted in Ontario Health Study data
New study on effect of trees rooted in Ontario Health Study data