The Marathon of Hope Cancer Centres Network is an exciting program managed by the Terry Fox Research Institute with support from the federal government. The MOHCCN’s mission is to bring together leading cancer centres across Canada to collaborate on precision medicine to benefit cancer patients and drive innovation.
To allocate its resources, the MOHCCN has international experts evaluate the excellence and the potential for impact of all its research projects.
The Marathon of Hope Cancer Centres Network White Paper program presents an opportunity for researchers interested in precision medicine for cancer through the use of molecular (‘omic) datasets to describe a current question with significant potential for impact on outcomes for patients..
This award provides outstanding young clinician investigators with funding to support high quality research in precision oncology. The award is designed to support young investigators as they develop their careers as independent clinician scientists, in close collaboration and mentorship with established Marathon of Hope Cancer Centres Network (MOHCCN) funded-teams.
This award provides outstanding young researchers in health informatics and related fields with funding to support high-quality research in precision oncology. The award is designed to support young researchers as they complete their studies and develop their careers, in close collaboration and mentorship with established Marathon of Hope Cancer Centres Network (MOHCCN) funded teams. Researchers currently enrolled in graduate (Master and Ph.D.) and post-doctoral studies in the fields of health informatics, data analytics, data science, computational biology, bioinformatics, and related fields at Canadian institutions are invited to apply.