Passion, dedication and knowledge sharing were at the rendezvous for this 29th Scientific Day of the Montreal Cancer Institute, in collaboration with the CRCHUM
During this day, students, researchers and trainees made presentations of their work in the room and on interactive screens, a very concrete demonstration of the progress of their work. research work.
The guest speaker was Dr. Jean-Simon Diallo, Assistant Professor in the Department of Biochemistry, Microbiology and Immunology, and Scientist at the Ottawa Hospital Research Institute . His talk was called “Drugs, Germs and Cancer”. He was a very special guest for the Institute as he was a student of two researchers at CRCHUM and members of the Institute, Anne-Marie Mes-Masson, Ph.D. and Fred Saad, MD. </ span>
It is important to underline the involvement of the Institute’s researchers and their laboratory teams: Gerardo Ferbeyre, Francis Rodier, Saima Hassan, Isabelle Bourdeau, John Stagg, Marie -Claude Bourgeois-Daigneault, Jean-François Cailhier, Réjean Lapointe, Bertrand Routy, Anne-Marie Mes-Masson, Philip Wong, Thomas Gervais, and François Yu. They each do an extraordinary job.
The Institute recognizes the commitment of the organizing committee and the CRCHUM for their involvement and their contribution to the establishment of this 29 e Scientific day dedicated to the next generation of cancer research.
This day makes us aware of the scope but also of the importance of the work of researchers, students and trainees; hopeful achievements.
This day was made possible thanks to the collaboration of our generous partners. thanks for your support!
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