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Scott Ernst

Scott Ernst

MD; Medical Oncologist. Professor, Department of Oncology, Schulich School of Medicine and Dentistry, Western University.

Research Interests / Specializations: Clinical care; Translational research; Prostate, Kidney and Urothelial Cancer, Cutaneous Malignancies, National Melanoma Registry.
Aaron Fenster

Aaron Fenster

PhD, O.ONT, FCAHS, FCCPM, FCOMP, FSPIE, FIEEE, FAAPM, FIOMP. Chair and Professor, Division of Imaging Sciences, Departments of Medical Imaging, Professor Radiation Oncology, Biomedical Engineering, and Medical Biophysics, Western University. Director, Imaging Program, The Ontario Institute for Cancer Research. Centre Director, Centre of Imaging Technology Commercialization (CIMTEC).

Research Interests / Specializations: Imaging of cancer, image-guided interventions and therapy of cancer.
Peter Ferguson

Peter Ferguson

PhD; Adjunct Professor - Dept. of Oncology, Western University. Associate Scientist - Lawson Health Research Institute. Research Associate - Cancer Research Laboratory Program

Research Interests / Specializations: Anticancer Drug Development - antisense technology, small molecule inhibitors of DNA repair; tumour treatment methodologies - combination therapy, synergistic sensitization to anticancer drugs; tumour cell biology.
Ricardo Fernandes

Ricardo Fernandes

MD. FRCPC. Medical Oncologist at London Regional Cancer Centre. Assistant Professor, Department of Oncology, Schulich School of Medicine and Dentistry, Western University.

Research Interests / Specializations: Clinical - Breast and Genito-Urinary Cancers. Early phase drug trials, immunotherapy, cancer and biomarkers and microbiome studies.
Barbara Fisher

Barbara Fisher

MD; Oncology (Radiation)

Research Interests / Specializations: Radiation Oncology; Biomarkers; GI & Brain cancer; Clinical care; Translational research; Image-guided radiation treatment; Metastasis
Paula Foster

Paula Foster

PhD; Medical Biophysics

Research Interests / Specializations: Breast cancer; Imaging of occult metastasis; MRI
Jefferson Frisbee

Jefferson Frisbee

Chair, Department of Medical Biophysics. PhD; Biophysics (Physiology)

Research Interests / Specializations: Skeletal muscle and cerebral microcirculation, regulation of tissue/organ blood flow, impact of elevated cardiovascular disease risk on microvascular function, vascular disease with chronic stress and depression, microvascular regression with cardiovascular disease, application of chaos theory to microvascular network function.
Stewart Gaede

Stewart Gaede

PhD. MCCPM, Associate Professor, Departments of Oncology and Medical Biophysics, Chief Medical Physicist at London Regional Cancer Program

Research Interests / Specializations: Multi-modal Image-Guided Radiation Therapy, Stereotactic Ablative Radiotherapy, and Respiratory Motion Management
Neil Gelman

Neil Gelman

PhD;Associate Professor, Department of Medical Biophysics and Department of Medical Imaging, Scientist: Imaging, Lawson Health Research Institute

Research Interests / Specializations: Breast cancer imaging: MRI, hybrid PET-MRI.
Elizabeth Gillies

Elizabeth Gillies

PhD; Chemistry, Chemistry & Biochemical Engineering Canada Research Chair in Biomaterials Synthesis

Research Interests / Specializations: Contrast agents; Nanoparticles; Biodegradable polymers for cancer imaging & therapeutic agent delivery
S. M. Mansour Haeryfar, PhD.

S. M. Mansour Haeryfar, PhD.

Professor, Departments of Microbiology & Immunology, Medicine, and Surgery, Schulich School of Medicine & Dentistry. Scientist, Lawson Health Research Institute.

Research Interests / Specializations: Conventional and Innate-like T Cell Responses in Cancer and Infectious Diseases.
Mike Hallett

Mike Hallett

PhD. Professor, Western Research Chair in Bioinformatics, Department of Biochemistry, Western University.

Research Interests / Specializations: Markers of patient benefit from radiation therapy for in situ breast cancer. Causal networks underlying breast cancer subtype differentiation. Systems approaches to the construction of probabilistic biomarker panels.
Caroline Hamm

Caroline Hamm

Chair, Department of Oncology, Schulich Windsor. Clinical Research Director; Windsor Cancer Research Group (WCRG). Medical Oncologist and Complex Malignant Hematology Lead, Windsor Regional Cancer Centre

Research Interests / Specializations: Triple negative breast cancer, clinical trials accrual, malignant hematology and melanoma.
David  Hill

David Hill

D. Phil, FCAHS. Lawson Professorship in Diabetes Research. Professor; Departments of Medicine, Physiology & Pharmacology and Paediatrics at Western University. Scientific Director, Lawson Health Research Institute. Integrated Vice President, Research for LHSC and St.Joe's Health Care London

Research Interests / Specializations: Research centres around plasticity of the insulin-producing beta cells in health and disease. Laboratory research includes the identification of local modulators of cell proliferation and function within the islets of Langerhans and their application as potential therapeutics. Clinical research studies concern the prevention of gestational diabetes in at-risk women and the implications of gestational diabetes for future metabolic health of the woman and her child.

Jenny Ho

Assistant Professor, Department of Medicine, Schulich School of Medicine & Dentistry. Hematologist, London Regional Cancer Program, London Health Sciences Centre.

Research Interests / Specializations: Hematology, Myeloid Leukemia
Douglas Hoover

Douglas Hoover

PhD. MCCPM. Assistant Professor, Department of Oncology, Schulich School of Medicine & Dentistry, and Department of Medical Biophysics, Western University. Medical Physicist, London Regional Cancer Program, London Health Sciences Centre.

Research Interests / Specializations: Prostate cancer, lung cancer, brachytherapy, functional imaging, machine learning
Christopher Howlett

Christopher Howlett

MD, PhD

Research Interests / Specializations: Pathology;Molecular Pathology; Laboratory Medicine; Translational research; Hematopathology, GI and Lung pathology; Molecular biology and tumor genomics; Metastasis
Cyrus Hsia

Cyrus Hsia

MD; Hematology, Internal Medicine Associate Professor, Department of Medicine Associate Scientist, Lawson Health Research Institute Associate Medical Director, Blood Transfusion Laboratory

Research Interests / Specializations: Hematology; Benign and Malignant Hematology; Laboratory and Transfusion Medicine.
Elizabeth Huynh

Elizabeth Huynh

PhD. DABR. Assistant Professor, Department of Oncology, Schulich School of Medicine & Dentistry, Western University. Medical Physicist, London Regional Cancer Program, London Health Sciences Centre.

Research Interests / Specializations: My research interests are: image-guided radiation therapy, adaptive radiation therapy, multi-modality imaging and predicting clinical outcomes.
Dwayne Jackson

Dwayne Jackson

PhD; Associate Professor, Director of the A.C. Burton Laboratory for Vascular Research, Cellular and Microcirculatory Biophysics; Schulich School of Medicine & Dentistry; Department of Medical Biophysics, Western University

Research Interests / Specializations: Microcirculation; Primary Research: Role of sympathetic nervous system in modification of cellular and molecular responses in microvessels. Short-term and long-term role of sympathetic signalling in microvessel modulation, angiogenesis, cellular mitogenesis, cellular morphology and cell trafficking
Ji-Hyun Jang

Ji-Hyun Jang

Assistant Professor, Department of Obstetrics & Gynaecology, Schulich School of Medicine & Dentistry. Gynecologist Oncologist, London Regional Cancer Program, London Health Sciences Centre.

Research Interests / Specializations: Clinical: Gynecologic Oncology. Research Interests: Cancer Survivorship, Bioinformatics, Epidemiology.

Murray Junop

Murray Junop

PhD. Professor, Department of Biochemistry, Western University.

Research Interests / Specializations: Understanding the molecular mechanisms governing repair of various types of DNA damage. Bacterial, yeast and human repair pathways are studied using a variety of genetic and biochemical tools, with the primary emphasis being determination of macromolecular structure using X-ray crystallography.
Richard Kim,

Richard Kim,

MD. FRCPC. Personalized Medicine, Pharmacogenomics. Chair/Chief, Division of Clinical Pharmacology. Associate Chair of Research, Department of Medicine. Director, Centre for Clinical Investigation & Therapeutics. Scientist, Lawson Health Research Institute. Scientist, Children's Health Research Institute. Wolfe Medical Research Chair in Pharmacogenomics.

Research Interests / Specializations: Specialist in Personalized Medicine and Clinical Pharmacology.
Joan Knoll

Joan Knoll

PhD;Laboratory Medicine, Pathology

Research Interests / Specializations: Laboratory Medicine; Molecular Pathology; Clinical genetics; Breast cancer; Translational research
Jim Koropatnick

Jim Koropatnick

PhD; Microbiology & Immunology, Oncology (Experimental),Physiology & Pharmacology, Pathology; Professor, Departments of Oncology, Microbiology & Immunology, Physiology & Pharmacology and Pathology Distinguished Oncology Scientist, LRCP; Director, Cancer Research Laboratory Program, LRCP; Assistant Director, Lawson Health Research Institute; Director, CIHR Strategic Training Initiative in Cancer Research and Technology Transfer (CaRTT)

Research Interests / Specializations: Molecular mechanisms of cancer; Antisense therapeutics; translational research
Sara Kuruvilla

Sara Kuruvilla

MD. FRCPC. Assistant Professor, Department of Oncology, Schulich School of Medical & Dentistry, Western University. Medical Oncologist, London Regional Cancer Program, London Health Sciences Centre.

Research Interests / Specializations: Development of chronic toxicities such as ototoxicity in patients treated with chemotherapy and radiation.