News and Events
Genome Canada is delighted to welcome Rob Annan as Vice-President, Public Affairs and Communications, effective September 11, 2017.
In this role, Dr. Annan will drive an overarching strategy that promotes the value and potential of genomics in Canada to Genome Canada’s major stakeholders, while raising the public profile of Genome Canada both nationally and internationally.
Genome Canada is pleased to release its Annual Report 2016-17, Partnership – It’s In Our DNA.
Montreal scientists and their international colleagues have closed in on specific genes responsible for Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD) from a list of over 600 genes that were suspects for the disease. Professor John D.
More than a dozen exceptional researchers from across Canada gathered on Parliament Hill on February 6, 2017, to engage Parliamentarians in a dialogue about genomics – the science that examines the genetic code and the function of genes within the DNA of all living things.
Specifically, they showcased how genomic technologies are being applied in Canada today to solve big challenges in the areas of precision health and climate change.