About the Network

About the Network

The Ontario Molecular Pathology Research Network (OMPRN) is a province-wide network of pathologists collaborating to carry out high-quality cancer research with a clear potential for clinical impact.

OMPRN was established by the Ontario Institute for Cancer Research (OICR) as part of its 2016-2021 Strategic Plan. OMPRN is also part of OICR's Adaptive Oncology (AO) Initiative.

Our Mission

The mission of the OMPRN is to enhance molecular pathology research capacity across the province by:

Fostering Collaboration and cooperation between Ontario academic pathologists

Increasing the participation of pathologists in high-quality translational cancer research

Providing opportunities for residents, fellows and early career pathologists to obtain training and mentorship in cancer research

Pathology & Cancer Care

What is pathology?

What is molecular pathology?

Why is molecular pathology important for cancer care?

Meet the Team

OMPRN is governed by a Steering Committee, which is responsible for governance and oversight of the Network.

Useful Links

The Network collaborates with other networks and research groups to strengthen the overall cancer research offering of Ontario.

News

Our newsletter summarizes new projects, reported projects, upcoming events and funding opportunities

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