This meeting brought together researchers interested in understanding how genomic instability, and the evolution of neoplastic genomes, affects cancer progression.

Mike HallettMcGill University
Jens LagergrenStockholm Bioinformatics Centre
Ben RaphaelUniverisity of California, San Diego


ParticipantsAffiliationExpertise

Ake BorgLund Stem Cell CenterGenomic alterations/gene expression in breast tumors
Collin CollinsUCSF Cancer CenterGenomic instability
Greg FinakMCB, Biochemistry, McGill UniversityBreast Cancer Gene Expression
William MullerMolecular Oncology, McGill UniversityHer2/neu mouse models of breast cancer
Alain NepveuBiochemistry, Molecular Oncology, McGill UniversityTranscriptional regulation, cancer
Morag ParkBiochemistry, Molecular Oncology, McGill UniversityReceptor tyrosine kinases, Met, Breast Cancer
Francois PepinMCB, Biochemistry, McGill UniversityBreast Cancer Gene Expression
Babette SchadeMolecular Oncology, McGill UniversityHer2/neu mouse models of breast cancer
Peter SiegelMedicine, McGill UniversityBreast cancer metastasis
Cristina TognonChild and Family Research Institute, UBCBreast cancer, fusion proteins
Nicholas BertosBCFGG, McGill UniversityManager, BC functional genomics platform
Jacqueline HallMOG/MCB, McGill UniversityPostdoc, Biostatistics
April RoseMedicine, McGill UniversityBone Mets, BC
Marisa PonzoBiochemistry, McGill UniversityMet mouse models
Sean CoryMCB, McGill UniversityBioinformatics
Robert LesurfMCB, McGill UniversityBioinformatics, Mouse Models
Indrani AttiganalMCB, McGill UniversityManager, BC Bioinformatics