Rising Stars Review Panel

A panel of experts has been assembled to review the applications submitted for this competition.
 
Name Institution
Ann Chambers, Chair Western University
London, ON
John Bartlett Ontario Institute for Cancer Research
Toronto, ON
Glenn Bauman Western University
London, ON
Keith Bonham Saskatchewan Cancer Agency
Saskatoon, SK
Ron Moore University of Alberta
Edmonton, AB
Linda Penn Princess Margaret Cancer Centre
Toronto, ON
Paul Rennie University of British Columbia
Vancouver, BC
Ron Sloboda University of Alberta
Edmonton, AB
Tommy Alain, Scientific Officer University of Ottawa
Ottawa, ON
Jennifer Bishop, Scientific Officer Vancouver Prostate Centre
Vancouver, BC
Randy Mellow, Community Representative Peterborough, ON
Jack Ray, Community Representative Markham, ON
Note: This list will be updated as panel members are recruited.

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