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Donnelly Investigators Identify Dozens of Genes Enabling Cancer's Evasion of Immune System

A cancer cell surrounded by immune T killer cells (National Institutes of Health).
Sep 23 / 2020

A Sudoku-Solving Algorithm Holds Promise for Protein Medicine

Computational biologists in the Donnelly Centre have developed an artificial intelligence algorithm that has the potential to create novel protein molecules as finely tuned therapeutics.
Sep 16 / 2020

2020 Yip Awards Recognize Early Graduate Research in Cross-Disciplinary Biomedicine

How can the molecular makeup of liver cells point to better treatments? Can we deliver drugs directly into tumours? What is the role of a long-mysterious protein particle in cells?
Sep 11 / 2020

Meet Donnelly Investigator Mikko Taipale Who Studies the “Birth and Death of Proteins and Anything in Between”

Since joining U of T, Mikko Taipale has built a successful research career and swapped a dream of becoming an astronaut for a pilot license.
Aug 24 / 2020