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Dr. Michael Reedijk

Principal Investigator

University Health Network

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University Health Network

190 Elizabeth Street

Toronto, Ontario M5G 2C4

Canada

Company Description

University Health Network consists of Toronto General and Toronto Western Hospitals, the Princess Margaret Cancer Centre, Toronto Rehabilitation Institute, and The Michener Institute for Education at UHN. The scope of research and complexity of cases at U ... more

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Employment History

Assistant Professor of Surgery

University of Toronto

Affiliations

Fellow
Royal College of Physicians

Education

University of Toronto

PhD

PhD

University of Toronto , ON.

Web References (52 Total References)


Principal Investigators - The Campbell Family Institute for Cancer Research

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Dr. Michael Reedijk Surgeon-Scientist

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Dr. Reedijk is a surgical oncologist with both clinical and research interests in breast cancer. He completed his doctoral and medical studies at the University of Toronto. His research examines the role of Notch family signaling molecules in human breast cancer. Dr. Reedijk's findings indicate that the Notch gene is abnormally expressed in a significant proportion of breast cancers and that this correlates with poor outcome in patients. Current efforts in his laboratory are focused on determining whether Notch signaling genes can serve as therapeutic targets in breast cancer.
Dr. Reedijk has received several awards for his research including the James Ewing Oncology Fellowship Award for Basic Research and the Society of University Surgeons Junior Faculty Grant Award.


Breast Cancer - The Campbell Family Institute for Cancer Research

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Dr. Michael Reedijk Surgeon-Scientist

Dr. Reedijk is a surgical oncologist with both clinical and research interests in breast cancer. He completed his doctoral and medical studies at the University of Toronto. His research examines the role of Notch family signaling molecules in human breast cancer. Dr. Reedijk's findings indicate that the Notch gene is abnormally expressed in a significant proportion of breast cancers and that this correlates with poor outcome in patients. Current efforts in his laboratory are focused on determining whether Notch signaling genes can serve as therapeutic targets in breast cancer.
Dr. Reedijk has received several awards for his research including the James Ewing Oncology Fellowship Award for Basic Research and the Society of University Surgeons Junior Faculty Grant Award.


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Michael Reedijk


Principal Investigators - The Campbell Family Institute for Cancer Research

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Dr. Michael Reedijk Surgeon-Scientist

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Dr. Reedijk is a surgical oncologist with both clinical and research interests in breast cancer. He completed his doctoral and medical studies at the University of Toronto. His research examines the role of Notch family signaling molecules in human breast cancer. Dr. Reedijk's findings indicate that the Notch gene is abnormally expressed in a significant proportion of breast cancers and that this correlates with poor outcome in patients. Current efforts in his laboratory are focused on determining whether Notch signaling genes can serve as therapeutic targets in breast cancer.
Dr. Reedijk has received several awards for his research including the James Ewing Oncology Fellowship Award for Basic Research and the Society of University Surgeons Junior Faculty Grant Award.


Breast Cancer - The Campbell Family Institute for Cancer Research

www.campbellfamilyinstitute.com [cached]

Dr. Michael Reedijk Surgeon-Scientist

Dr. Reedijk is a surgical oncologist with both clinical and research interests in breast cancer. He completed his doctoral and medical studies at the University of Toronto. His research examines the role of Notch family signaling molecules in human breast cancer. Dr. Reedijk's findings indicate that the Notch gene is abnormally expressed in a significant proportion of breast cancers and that this correlates with poor outcome in patients. Current efforts in his laboratory are focused on determining whether Notch signaling genes can serve as therapeutic targets in breast cancer.
Dr. Reedijk has received several awards for his research including the James Ewing Oncology Fellowship Award for Basic Research and the Society of University Surgeons Junior Faculty Grant Award.

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