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October 13, 2009 our partners in cancer cluster of breast cancer Multicellular tumour research cells showing visual spheroid for modelling UWO Dental Sciences evidence of tumour cell interactions Building, room 1002 programmed cell death in 3D 4-5:30pm (apoptosis). Scanning electron micrograph 2009 SCHULICH graduate student recruitment lecture series overview of cancer research opportunities in London: molecules to translational research - working in concert with our clinical colleagues Gabriel DiMattia Ph.D. (Senior Oncology Scientist, CRLP; Associate Professor Dept. of Oncology, Biochemistry; Head, Division of Experimental Oncology) The Translational Ovarian Cancer Research Program: who, what & where Fred Dick Ph.D. (Associate Professor, Dept. of Biochemistry, Oncology; Oncology Scientist, CRLP) Investigation of proliferative control in development and cancer Eva Turley Ph.D. (Distinguished Oncology Scientist, CRLP; Professor, Dept. of Oncology, Biochemistry) Microenvironment and control of cancer Alison Allan Ph.D. (Oncology Scientist, CRLP; Assistant Professor, Dept. of Oncology, Anatomy & Cell Biology) Circulating cancer cells - the real bad guys James Koropatnick Ph.D. (Distinguished Oncology Scientist & Director, CRLP; Professor, Dept. of Oncology, Physiology & Pharmacology, Microbiology/Immunology, Pathology; Director, CIHR/UWO Strategic Training Program in Cancer Research and Technology Transfer (CaRTT)) Antisense for anticancer treatment..... and opportunities for cancer training in the CIHR Strategic Training Program in Cancer Research and Technology Transfer (CaRTT) Matt Cecchini (MD/Ph.D. student; Dept. of Biochemistry) My experience as a Grad. Student in Cancer Research SEM of blood vessel in a melanoma - A colour-enhanced, freeze-fracture scanning electron micrograph of a blood vessel that has grown into a melanoma and is providing nourishment to it. Numerous red blood cells and three white blood cells can be seen within the blood vessel.