About CaRTT

The Centre for Translational Cancer Research was established to engage and support citywide translational cancer research in London ON by linking researchers from multiple disciplines with academic clinicians to address the complexity of cancer as a disease. The vision of the Centre for Translational Cancer Research is to address important cancer questions and to make a major positive impact on the lives of those affected by cancer by developing leading translational cancer research.

The following are other CIHR Strategic Training Programs in London Ontario:

CIHR Strategic Training Program in Vascular Research
Transdisciplinary training in Biology, Mathematics, Physics, and Engineering: Towards an understanding and prevention of vascular disease


Transdisciplinary Understanding and Training on Research - Primary Health Care

TUTOR-PHC is a national program for interdisciplinary research training in primary health
care conducted by educators at Western University, Dalhousie University, and McMaster University


CIHR Joint Motion Training Program in Musculoskeletal Health Research and Leadership (JuMP)
The Joint Motion Program (JuMP) is a CIHR Strategic Training Program in Musculoskeletal Health Research and Leadership. Trainees have the unique opportunity to participate in cutting-edge transdisciplinary research and knowledge translation, while gaining the leadership skills and experience that are essential for scientific progress in the 21st century. JuMP trains leaders who can meet the upcoming challenges in musculoskeletal health research and who will significantly improve the health, mobility and quality of life of Canadians.


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