Open House Jan. 12-14

The Goodman Cancer Research Centre at McGill University is a world-class cancer research centre in the heart of Montreal. Our mission – to uncover the molecular blueprints of cancer and develop the next generation of therapeutics to benefit cancer patients. The GCRC offers a cutting-edge training program in cancer biology centered around four main research areas: Cancer Therapeutics, Cell Stemness and Plasticity, Oncometabolism, and the Tumour Microenvironment.

The GCRC offers a unique training program in cancer biology, where graduate trainees have access to state-of-the-art-facilities and equipment, as well as mentorship from internationally renowned leaders in cancer biology. McGill University is a world leader in medical research, and offers students the opportunity to innovate while enjoying a high quality of life in Montreal, one of North America’s greatest and lively cities. At the GCRC, students are pushing the boundaries of cancer research to solve the cancer puzzle – the missing piece is you.

What is the Graduate Recruitment event?

We are currently recruiting the best minds to join the cancer biology program at the GCRC. Prospective students are invited to apply to attend the GCRC Graduate Recruitment Event, to be held in Montreal in January 2017. Top applicants will be invited to the GCRC to introduce them to the graduate program and to meet GCRC students and scientists. Selected invitees will be offered admission to the graduate program at the GCRC (Fall 2017 or Winter 2018 admission), including a full scholarship and research allowance.

For more info and to register, click here.

October 14, 2016