Queen's Cancer Research Institute

Queen's Cancer Research Institute Canada’s only integrated cancer research centre, addressing cancer from bench to bedside to boardroom The Queen's Cancer Research Institute (QCRI) was established in 2001.

The open concept building was designed to accommodate three major cancer research groups already located at the University, and to provide space for new cancer research initiative. The four-storey Institute is directly connected to previously existing cancer research laboratories in the adjacent Health Sciences building, providing a total of approximately 60,000 sq.ft. of dedicated research space.

The open concept building was designed to accommodate three major cancer research groups already located at the University, and to provide space for new cancer research initiative. The four-storey Institute is directly connected to previously existing cancer research laboratories in the adjacent Health Sciences building, providing a total of approximately 60,000 sq.ft. of dedicated research space.

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Don't miss next month's seminar! Dr. Ophira Ginsburg will be speaking about "Women, power, and the cancer divide" on Mon...
09/13/2021

Don't miss next month's seminar! Dr. Ophira Ginsburg will be speaking about "Women, power, and the cancer divide" on Mon. Oct. 4th at 12:00 pm EST.

Don't miss next month's seminar! Dr. Ophira Ginsburg will be speaking about "Women, power, and the cancer divide" on Mon. Oct. 4th at 12:00 pm EST.

Next up in our monthly seminar series - Dr. Gottfrid Sjödahl !!!!
08/17/2021

Next up in our monthly seminar series - Dr. Gottfrid Sjödahl !!!!

Next up in our monthly seminar series - Dr. Gottfrid Sjödahl !!!!

Excited to share yesterday's monthly seminar hosted by Dr. Harriet Feilotter @CDNCancerTrials @QueensPathology & present...
07/20/2021
Seminars & Events | Cancer Research Institute | School of Medicine | Queen's University

Excited to share yesterday's monthly seminar hosted by Dr. Harriet Feilotter @CDNCancerTrials @QueensPathology & presented by Dr. Jonathan Loree (BC Cancer – Vancouver Centre / The University of British Columbia Center). You can watch it here: https://qcri.queensu.ca/about-us/seminars-events #colorectalcancer #cancerresearch

Seminars & Events QCRI Seminar Series - Frontiers in Cancer Research July 19, 2021 | Biomarker Development in Colorectal Cancer – Preparation Today for Future Success - Jonathan Loree, MD, MSc, FRCPC June 7, 2021 | From the Clinic to the Lab: Investigating Mechanisms of Response and Resistance to ...

Super news! An innovative blood test for breast cancer by QCRI's Dr. Christopher Mueller, and -- bonus!-- a behind-the-s...
06/17/2021
A blood test for Triple Negative Breast Cancer

Super news! An innovative blood test for breast cancer by QCRI's Dr. Christopher Mueller, and -- bonus!-- a behind-the-scenes look at how the project evolved. https://go.nature.com/3waauRp

Triple Negative Breast Cancer (TNBC) remains one of the most difficult forms of breast cancer to manage due to its aggressive nature, its more advanced stage at diagnosis and the general lack of targeted therapies.

Next up in our monthly seminar series - Dr. Jonathan Loree!
06/09/2021

Next up in our monthly seminar series - Dr. Jonathan Loree!

Next up in our monthly seminar series - Dr. Jonathan Loree!

Check out our website https://qcri.queensu.ca/about-us/seminars-events to watch yesterday's stellar seminar by Dr. Padma...
06/08/2021
Seminars & Events | Cancer Research Institute | School of Medicine | Queen's University

Check out our website https://qcri.queensu.ca/about-us/seminars-events to watch yesterday's stellar seminar by Dr. Padmanee Sharma from M.D. Anderson Cancer Center!

Seminars & Events QCRI Seminar Series - Frontiers in Cancer Research June 7, 2021 | From the Clinic to the Lab: Investigating Mechanisms of Response and Resistance to Immune Checkpoint Therapy - Padmanee Sharma, MD, PhD May 3, 2021 | Dissecting Mucosal Immunity in the Bladder - Molly Ingersoll, PHD....

Excited to announce Dr. Padmanee Sharma @MDAndersonNews will be presenting in our monthly seminar series! For more info,...
05/17/2021

Excited to announce Dr. Padmanee Sharma @MDAndersonNews will be presenting in our monthly seminar series! For more info, contact [email protected].ca

Excited to announce Dr. Padmanee Sharma @MDAndersonNews will be presenting in our monthly seminar series! For more info, contact [email protected]

If you missed yesterday's outstanding seminar presented by Dr. Molly Ingersoll, go check it out on our website: https://...
05/04/2021
Seminars & Events | Cancer Research Institute | School of Medicine | Queen's University

If you missed yesterday's outstanding seminar presented by Dr. Molly Ingersoll, go check it out on our website: https://qcri.queensu.ca/about-us/seminars-events
@ImmunoBladder @institutpasteur #bladdercancer

Seminars & Events QCRI Seminar Series - Frontiers in Cancer Research May 3, 2021 | Dissecting Mucosal Immunity in the Bladder - Molly Ingersoll, PHD March 1, 2021 | Novel insights into recalcitrant subtypes of lung cancer - Triparna Sen, PHD April 12, 2021 | Interventional Pharmacoeconomics and anyt...

Head on over to our website to watch Dr. Daniel Goldstein's stellar seminar he presented yesterday! https://qcri.queensu...
04/13/2021
Seminars & Events | Cancer Research Institute | School of Medicine | Queen's University

Head on over to our website to watch Dr. Daniel Goldstein's stellar seminar he presented yesterday! https://qcri.queensu.ca/about-us/seminars-events @drdgoldstein @QueensCRI

Seminars & Events QCRI Seminar Series - Frontiers in Cancer Research March 1, 2021 | Novel insights into recalcitrant subtypes of lung cancer - Triparna Sen, PHD April 12, 2021 | Interventional Pharmacoeconomics and anything else of interest - Daniel Goldstein, MD Calendar of Events

March 1st 2021! ZOOM seminar by Dr. Triparna Sen. Please contact qcri@queensu.ca for further details.
02/22/2021

March 1st 2021! ZOOM seminar by Dr. Triparna Sen. Please contact [email protected] for further details.

March 1st 2021! ZOOM seminar by Dr. Triparna Sen. Please contact [email protected] for further details.

09/17/2020

A huge congratulations to our CBG Division's Dr. Andrew Craig on obtaining a 5-year CIHR Project Grant entitled "Targeting TGF-beta signaling to achieve durable therapy responses in preclinical ovarian cancer models".

Congratulations on your recent paper Drs. Koti, Morales, Graham and Siemens!https://jitc.bmj.com/content/8/2/e001119
07/07/2020
BCG vaccine and COVID-19: implications for infection prophylaxis and cancer immunotherapy

Congratulations on your recent paper Drs. Koti, Morales, Graham and Siemens!
https://jitc.bmj.com/content/8/2/e001119

The COVID-19 pandemic has killed over 400 000 people globally. Ecological evidence indicates that countries with national universal BCG vaccination programs for tuberculosis (TB) prevention have a much lower incidence of severe COVID-19 and mortality compared with those that do not have such program...

Congratulations to our Director, Dr. David Berman!https://healthsci.queensu.ca/administration/announcements/dr-david-m-b...
06/24/2020
Dr. David M. Berman re-appointed Director, Queen’s Cancer Research Institute

Congratulations to our Director, Dr. David Berman!

https://healthsci.queensu.ca/administration/announcements/dr-david-m-berman-re-appointed-director-queens-cancer-research-0

On the recommendation of Dr. Steven Smith and with the support of Dean Richard Reznick, Mark Green, Provost and Vice-Principal (Academic) at Queen’s University, has appointed Dr. David M. Berman to a second term as Director of the Queen’s Cancer Research Institute (QCRI). Dr. Berman has served a...

Congratulations CBG's Dr. David LeBrun! CAP-ACP 2020 William Boyd LecturerThe William Boyd Award is the most prestigious...
06/23/2020
Welcome! You are invited to join a webinar: The Discovery Of Ignorance… And Some Things About The Pathobiology Of Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email about joining the webinar.

Congratulations CBG's Dr. David LeBrun! CAP-ACP 2020 William Boyd Lecturer

The William Boyd Award is the most prestigious lectureship of our association and pays attribute to an outstanding Canadian pathologist. Dr. Boyd was at the forefront of research, a great educator, an effective and an excellent diagnostic pathologist and a man for great enduring human strength. These attributes inspire us through lectureships which recognize fellow pathologists who have and are continuing in these great traditions. This Award was established in 1981 to honour the memory of Dr. William Boyd and recognizes the contribution to Laboratory Medicine of a senior member of the CAP-ACP.

Register here for Dr. LeBrun's seminar on June 30th at 12pm: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_k6D032g3T8mKFZyfwjG92Q

2020 William Boyd Lecturer At the end of the activity, participants will be able to: 1 : List two strategies for targeting oncogenic transcription factor function therapeutically in leukemia 2 : List two intermolecular interactions in which oncogenic transcription factors participate 3 : Describe at...

PhD Candidate in Dr. Berman's lab @QueensCRI, Chelsea Jackson shares her passion for research and her cutting edge work ...
04/29/2020
A pathological passion – Meet Chelsea Jackson | School of Graduate Studies

PhD Candidate in Dr. Berman's lab @QueensCRI, Chelsea Jackson shares her passion for research and her cutting edge work in bladder cancer @QueensPathology
https://www.queensu.ca/sgs/prospective-students/student-experience/pathological-passion-%E2%80%93-meet-chelsea-jackson

A pathological passion – Meet Chelsea Jackson PhD candidate, Pathology by Phil Gaudreau, April 2020 When she was in grade seven, Chelsea Jackson knew she was one day coming to Queen’s. The Halton Hills native took part in the Seven Eight Enrichment Days (SEEDS) program that brought her to Kingst...

04/19/2020
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Come to Queen's first ever “Collaboration of Practitioners and Researchers Seminar” on Thursday April 23rd at 6:00pm.

See perspectives from the bench and the bedside hosted by AMIG! Ivan Shapovalov (2nd year Master's student in Dr. Greer's lab at the Queen’s Cancer Research Institute) and Gursharan Sohi (1st year Medical Student) will present on clinical and cutting edge research in oncology followed by a Q&A session!

A Zoom link will be posted in the Facebook event closer to the event. Please join the event on Facebook for access to the Zoom link!

Facebook link (coming soon): https://facebook.com/events/s/two-sides-of-metastasis-a-basi/827270964448962/?ti=cl

Measure Twice, Cut Once. Work by Drs. Jamaspishvili and Berman, just published in @JNCI_Now. By more precisely measuring...
04/10/2020
Measure up: Taking strides to automate cancer pathology practices

Measure Twice, Cut Once. Work by Drs. Jamaspishvili and Berman, just published in @JNCI_Now. By more precisely measuring tumour suppressor gene expression, pathologists can more precisely identify patients whose #prostatecancer might need more aggressive treatment.
@QueensCRI @virchow @OICR_news @QueensPathology @queensuResearch @OntarioPath @UMontreal @JohnsHopkins @usponline
https://news.oicr.on.ca/2020/04/measure-up-taking-strides-to-automate-cancer-pathology-practices/

Dr. Tamara JamaspishviliOICR-supported researchers quantify common prostate canceroutcome predictorAdvances in cancer research have opened thedoor to new tests to better assess tumours and

03/18/2020
Queen's University Faculty of Health Sciences
03/11/2020

Queen's University Faculty of Health Sciences

The Faculty of Health Sciences has issued new travel & event protocol effective immediately. Please visit our COVID-19 information page to find out more.

➡️http://bit.ly/FHSCOVID19

Coming soon - Feb 13th - our next Frontiers of Cancer Research presentation!
02/05/2020

Coming soon - Feb 13th - our next Frontiers of Cancer Research presentation!

01/16/2020
01/16/2020
Three new high dimensional cancer research stars for Ontario. We're so pleased that two of them have chosen Queen's.http...
11/27/2019
Three internationally-recognized cancer researchers join OICR’s Investigator Awards Program

Three new high dimensional cancer research stars for Ontario. We're so pleased that two of them have chosen Queen's.

https://news.oicr.on.ca/2019/11/three-internationally-recognized-cancer-researchers-join-oicrs-investigator-awards-program/

New OICR Investigator Awards recipients Drs. Tricia Cottrell, Anna Panchenko and Parisa Shooshtari.Toronto – (November 26, 2019) Today, theOntario Institute for Cancer Research (OICR) ann

Dr. Amina Zoubeidi presenting! Nov 21st at 4pm
11/13/2019

Dr. Amina Zoubeidi presenting! Nov 21st at 4pm

Oncology phenom Dr. Vinay Prasad will be in the house this week!
09/24/2019

Oncology phenom Dr. Vinay Prasad will be in the house this week!

Another QCRI Seminar - Thursday June 20th!
06/13/2019

Another QCRI Seminar - Thursday June 20th!

SEMINAR next week! Thursday 30 May/19 at 4:00 pm
05/24/2019

SEMINAR next week! Thursday 30 May/19 at 4:00 pm

Another QCRI Seminar!
05/16/2019

Another QCRI Seminar!

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10 Stuart St Pathology Suite 302c
Kingston, ON
K7L 3N6

General information

The Queen's Cancer Research Institute is located at 10 Stuart Street, between George and Barrie Streets, and is attached to the back of Botterell Hall. The QCRI main entrance is located on the south-east side of Botterell Hall, or you can gain access through the lobby of Botterell Hall. To reach the Director of the Institute, contact Dr. David M. Berman at [email protected] or his assistant, Maureen Hobbs at [email protected] Contact information for faculty or staff of the divisions of the Institute may be found on the Division or faculty pages or by contacting the administrative offices of each of the divisions: Cancer Biology & Genetics Division Suite 302, 10 Stuart Street Kingston, ON K7L 3N6 Canada Phone: (613) 533-2981 Cancer Care & Epidemiology Division Level 2, 10 Stuart Street Kingston, ON K7L 3N6 Canada Phone: (613) 533-6895 Fax: (613) 533-6794 Cancer Clinical Trials Division Level 0, 10 Stuart Street Kingston, ON K7L 3N6 Canada Phone: (613) 533-6430 Fax: (613) 533-2941

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