Studentships to fund translational breast cancer research
Thirteen graduate trainees recently received 2016-2017 Translational Breast Cancer Research Studentships. These awards are supported by the Breast Cancer Society of Canada’s commitment to the Pamela Greenaway-Kohlmeier Translational Breast Cancer Research Unit at the London Health Sciences Centre’s London Regional Cancer Program (LRCP).
During this annual competition, trainee applications are assessed on the scientific quality of their project, their academic record, and the relevance of the project to translational breast cancer research.
Congratulations to the following seven PhD candidates and six MSc candidates who are this year’s recipients.
Yonathan Araya, PhD Candidate, Medical Biophysics
Sami Khan, MSc Candidate, Anatomy and Cell Biology
Bart Kolendowski, PhD Candidate, Biochemistry
Milica Krstic, PhD Candidate, Pathology and Laboratory Medicine
Ashley Makela, PhD Candidate, Medical Biophysics
Matthew Mouawad, PhD Candidate, Medical Biophysics
Tomi Nano, PhD-MCISc (CAMPEP) Candidate, Medical Biophysics
Katie Parkins, MSc Candidate, Medical Biophysics
Ashkan Sadri, MSc Candidate, Anatomy and Cell Biology