Deena Gendoo, Zhaleh Safikhani, Venkata Manem and Ali Madani present a poster at the Personalized Cancer Medicine in 2016 conference, Toronto, Canada
Drs. Deena Gendoo, Zhaleh Safikhani and Venkata Manem present their poster at the Canadian Cancer Research Conference, Montreal
Dr. Zhaleh Safikhani received the 2015 Conference Travel Award from the UHN Office of Research Trainees
The Haibe-Kains lab is part of the PanCuRx Program funded by the Ontario Institute of Cancer Research (OICR)
The Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR) has granted Dr. Haibe-Kains an New Investigator Award
Heather Selby and Dr. Zhaleh Safikhani’s research presented at the GTEx Community Meeting in Chicago, USA
Drs. Madeline Li and Benjamin Haibe-Kains received a Princess Margaret Cancer Foundation (PMCF) Collaborative Personalized Cancer Medicine Team grant
The Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC) has granted Benjamin Haibe-Kains the Discovery grant entitled “Ensemble framework to infer large-scale causal gene regulatory networks from transcriptomic data”
BMC Bioinformatics accepts the paper “A network model for angiogenesis in ovarian cancer"
Bioinformatics accepts the paper “Test set bias affects reproducibility of gene signatures"
The Ministry of Economic Development and Innovation/Ministry of Research & Innovation of Ontario has granted Dr. Haibe-Kains an Early Researcher Award
Drs. Anna Goldenberg, Ming Tsao and Benjamin Haibe-Kains received a Canadian Cancer Research Society (CCSRI) Innovation grant
PNAS accepts the paper “APOBEC3B expression in breast cancer reflects cellular proliferation while a deletion polymorphism is associated with immune activation”, collaboration with the Mak Lab
BHKLAB welcomes Natchar Ratanasirigulchal and Adrian She from UBC as Co-Op Students
Nature Communications accepts the paper “ZNF143 provides sequence specificity to secure chromatin interactions at gene promoters”, collaboration with the Lupien Lab