NextGen Awards Review Panel

A panel of experts will be assembled to review the NextGen applications submitted to the 2017 competition.

Michael Cox
University of British Columbia
Vancouver, BC
Danny Vesprini
Sunnybrook Odette Cancer Centre
Toronto, ON
Tommy Alain University of Ottawa
Ottawa, ON
Jennifer Bishop Zymeworks Inc.
Vancouver, BC
Joelle Helou Princess Margaret Cancer Centre
Toronto, ON
Lothar Lilge University Health Network
Toronto, ON
Kuo-Shyan Lin BC Cancer Agency
Vancouver, BC
Jehonathan Pinthus McMaster University
Hamilton, ON
Rithwik Ramachandran Western University
London, ON
John Thoms Memorial University of Newfoundland
St John's, NL
Paul Toren Université Laval
Québec, QC
Dominique Trudel Centre hospitalier de l'université de Montréal
Montreal, QC
Franco Vizeacoumar Saskatchewan Cancer Agency
Saskatoon, SK
Karla Williams
Scientific Officer
Western University
London, ON
Richard Ducharme
Community Representative
Collingwood, ON
Jack Ray
Community Representative
Markham, ON
Note: This list will be updated as panel members are recruited.


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