February 21, 2019

OICR supports cancer drug discovery in Ontario with new funding for four promising early-stage projects

Toronto (February 21, 2019 | Updated July 15, 2019) – The Ontario Institute for Cancer Research (OICR) today announced that three Early Accelerator projects from across Ontario will each receive $100,000 for one year as part of OICR’s Cancer Therapeutics Innovation Pipeline (CTIP) initiative. The funding will be used to validate cancer targets and support experiments to screen molecules against these targets, finding those that can bind to them successfully and have potential to be developed into medicines.

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February 15, 2017

BioCanRX makes a major investment in Canadian biotherapeutics research

 

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Biotherapeutics, a relatively new class of treatments, have shown great promise and are generating a lot of excitement in the cancer research community. These treatments harness the power of oncolytic viruses, cell therapies and antibodies to kill cancer. BioCanRX, Canada’s biotherapeutics research network, has announced $11 million in funding for 16 projects that will enable scientists across the country to bring their innovations to patients sooner.

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