Dr. Henry R. Shibata Fellowships
Applications for the 2017 Henry R. Shibata Fellowships
are now available
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The annualprovide Cedars Cancer Foundation a way of supporting both basic and clincial research in oncology at the MUHC. Each winner was granted $20,000 for their research in oncology at the MUHC. Cedars Cancer Foundation provides these awards annually to deserving young scientists working in the area of basic or clinical research of oncology at the McGill University Health Centre. The Henry R. Shibata Cedars Fellowship Award is one of many ways in which Cedars has been involved in improving the care and treatment of patient battling Cancer.
Meritorious health professionals in oncology who have not obtained funds from granting agencies or other sources are invited to apply.
The Henry R. Shibata Fellowship winners for 2016 are:
Mr. Ackeem Joseph
Residency in Radiation Physics
Dr. Athuhanis S. Burnett
Research on C-MET & Gabl anti-tumour virus-like nano particles
Dr. Catherine Goudie
Fellowship in Cancer Cenetics
Dr. Sarah V. Soldera
Fellowship in Thoracic Oncology
Dr. Sinziana Dumitra
Fellowship in General Surgical Oncology
Dr. Johathan Spicer
Research at the MUHC
Dr. Nikolaos Stavropoulos
Fellowship - Sarcoma (The Kate McGarrigle Fellowship)
Each winner was granted between $5,000 and $20,000
for their research in oncology at the MUHC
Cedars thanks the medical professionals of the McGill University Health Centre (MUHC) for their dedication and commitment.