Discovery Grant Review Panels

Note: Panel lists will be updated as panel members are recruited.


Four panels of experts will review the applications submitted to the 2017 competition:

Panel A: Biology of Prostate Cancer
Studies that will develop new knowledge to improve our understanding of the biology of prostate cancer may include prostate cancer initiation (gene expression, oncogenes), tumour progression and metastasis.
 
Bharati Bapat
Chair
Lunenfeld-Tanenbaum Research Institute, Sinai Health System
Toronto, ON
Juan Ausio University of Victoria
Victoria, BC
Nicolas Bisson Chu de Quebec Research Centre
Quebec, QC
Michael Hallett Concordia University
Montreal, QC
Madhuri Koti Queen's University
Kingston, ON
Linda Penn University Health Network
Toronto, ON
Eva Turley London Health Sciences Centre
London, ON
Andrei Drabovich
Scientific Officer
University Health Network
Toronto, ON
Randy Baldwin
Community Representative
Niverville, MB
Kel Keen
Community Representative
Edmonton, AB
Note: This list will be updated as panel members are recruited.


Panel B: Early Detection of Prostate Cancer
Research that aims to identify, develop and test novel prostate cancer markers and imaging methods that are helpful in detecting and/or diagnosing cancer as well as predicting the outcome or chance of recurrence.
 
Katherine Zukotynski
Chair
McMaster University
Hamilton, ON
Chantal Autexier McGill University
Montreal, QC
Laura Curiel Thunder Bay Regional Health Research Institute
Thunder Bay, ON
Ralph DaCosta University Health Network
Toronto, ON
Michelle Downes Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre
Toronto, ON
Housheng Hansen He University Health Network
Toronto, ON
Hon Leong Lawson Health Research Institute
London, ON
Bryan Lo University of Ottawa
Ottawa, ON
Sohrab Shah BC Cancer Agency
Vancouver, BC
Bobby Shayegan McMaster University
Hamilton, ON
John Stagg Centre hospitalier de l'Université de Montréal
Montreal, QC
Amina Zoubeidi University of British Columbia
Vancouver, BC
Lesley Burton
Community Representative
Brooks, AB
Bill Sutherland
Community Representative
Victoria, BC
Note: This list will be updated as panel members are recruited.


Panel C: Experimental Therapeutics
This panel will review applications in the area of the discovery and development of new anti-prostate cancer treatments and includes chemotherapy, hormone therapy, radiation therapy and surgery.
 
Gregory Pond
Chair
McMaster University
Hamilton, ON
Keyue Ding Queen's University
Kingston, ON
Sebastien Hotte McMaster University
Hamilton, ON
Stanley Liu Sunnybrook Research Institute
Toronto, ON
Michael Ong University of Ottawa
Ottawa, ON
Thomas Sanderson Institut national de la recherche scientifique
Quebec, QC
Wendy Smith University of Calgary
Calgary, AB
Nawaid Usmani University of Alberta
Edmonton, AB
Jian Hui Wu McGill University
Montreal, QC
Geoffrey Gotto
Scientific Officer
University of Calgary
Calgary, AB
Kelly Fedorowich
Community Representative
Calgary, AB
Robert Mitchell
Community Representative
Edmonton, AB
Note: This list will be updated as panel members are recruited.


Panel D: Health systems, services, population and public health
Applications reviewed by this panel will include those studying interventions at the population level, with patients, survivors or other cohorts; epidemiological studies; research into the quality of life of those affected by prostate cancer; novel research to understand the etiology of prostate cancer; health services research related to prostate cancer.
 
Anne Katz
Chair
CancerCare Manitoba
Winnipeg, MB
Chris Blanchard Dalhousie University
Halifax, NS
Julian Kim CancerCare Manitoba
Winnipeg, MB
Girish Kulkarni University Health Network
Toronto, ON
Michael Leveridge Queen's University
Kingston, ON
Rachel Murphy University of British Columbia
Vancouver, BC
Jon Tonita Saskatchewan Cancer Agency
Regina, SK
Gabriela Ilie
Scientific Officer
Dalhousie University
Halifax, NS
Vince Schiralli
Community Representative
Vancouver, BC
Note: This list will be updated as panel members are recruited.




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