Arthur & Sonia Labatt Brain Tumour Research Centre
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The Arthur and Sonia Labatt Brain Tumour Research Centre

The establishment of this interdisciplinary research and training centre was made possible with donations from Arthur and Sonia Labatt totalling $15 million.

In 2007, the Arthur and Labatt Brain Tumour Research Centre was recognized as a Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation Institute. The PBTFUS is the foundation responsible for bestowing this honour. Learn more about our work with the Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation.

News: Labatt BTRC signs historic collaborative research document with CRP-Santé Luxembourg

BTRC Principal Investigators

Click on a photo below to learn more about the scientist's research activities.

 

  Dr. Peter Dirks Dr. Jane McGlade Dr. Annie Huang Dr. James Rutka Dr. Cynthia Hawkins Dr. Uri Tabori Dr. Michael D. Taylor Dr. Gelareh Zadeh Dr. Todd Mainprize Dr. Sunit Das Dr. Peter DirksDr. Jane McGladeDr. Annie HuangDr. James RutkaDr. Cynthia HawkinsDr. Uri TaboriDr. Michael D. TaylorDr. Gelareh ZadehDr. Todd MainprizeDr. Sunit DasDr. Sunit Das

Dr. Annie HuangDr. James RutkaDr. Cynthia HawkinsDr. Uri TaboriDr. Michael D. TaylorDr. Gelareh ZadehDr. Todd MainprizeDr. Sidney CroulDr. Sunit Das

From left to right:
Top: Dr. Peter Dirks, Dr. Jane McGlade, Dr. Annie Huang, Dr. James Rutka
Middle: Dr. Cynthia Hawkins, Dr. Uri Tabori, Dr. Michael D. Taylor, Dr. Gelareh Zadeh
Bottom: Dr. Todd Mainprize, Dr. Sunit Das, Dr. Paul Kongkham
BTRC logo

About the BTRC logo

The Arthur and Sonia Labatt Brain Tumour Research Centre logo was created in January 1999, at the time of the grand opening of the Centre. The logo depicts a dove, symbolizing hope, carrying a twig in its beak. The twig is actually a piece of double-stranded DNA representing molecular medicine. Hence, the logo symbolizes the mandate of the BTRC which is "Hope through molecular medicine."