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The Rosalind and Morris Goodman Cancer Research Centre (GCRC), affiliated with the Faculty of Medicine at McGill University, is a world-class centre dedicated to patient-centric, multidisciplinary cancer research and to training the next generation of leading cancer scientists.
The GCRC has energized cancer research at McGill, bringing world-leading fundamental and clinical investigators from diverse fields together in a dynamic, collaborative environment. We believe that only this approach will achieve real progress towards deciphering the complexity of cancer and developing effective, personalized treatments.
Eradicating cancer is a global human endeavour that requires scientific leadership and collaboration across disciplines, boundaries and borders. Collaborate to Cure, our motto, refers not only to scientists, but also to the collective effort of the wider community. In partnership with our trainees, volunteers and benefactors, we will conquer cancer.