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QLMP unveils new website

QLMP unveils new website at

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Leveraging Gene Redundancy to Find New Histone Drivers in Cancer

Congratulations to Daria Ostroverkhova and Daniel Espiritu on their co-first author research article entitled “Leveraging Gene Redundancy to Fing New Histone Drivers in Cancer”, which was recently published in Cancers

Dr. Lois Mulligan appointed as the Bracken Chair in Genetics and Molecular Medicine

Dean Jane Philpott is pleased to announce that Teri Shearer, Interim Provost and Vice-Principal (Academic) has appointed Dr. Lois Mulligan as the Bracken Chair in Genetics and Molecular Medicine effective July 1, 2023 for a five-year term. Her appointment was recommended by the Advisory Search Committee, chaired by Dr. David Berman, Head of the Department of Pathology and Molecular Medicine.

Research Mentorship Program in partnership with Queen's Four Directions Indigenous Student Centre - Winter 2023

Our mentorship program, in partnership with the Queen's Four Directions Centre since 2017, aims to share knowledge, expertise and enthusiasm between graduate students and high school youth. Our mentorships are a collaboration led by the interests and goals of our mentees, and relevance to their own community. We aim to foster inquiry and problem-solving skills through scientific discovery to help equip our mentees for success in their career pursuits.



Dr. James T. Rutka
Professor of Surgery, Temerty Faculty of Medicine, University of Toronto
Neurosurgeon, Division of Neurosurgery at the Hospital for Sick Children

“Human malignant gliomas:  Clinical and research advances beyond the cutting edge”
Date:        Tuesday May 16, 2023
Time:      4:00 pm.
Place:    Richardson Amphitheatre Rm. 104