Each year the Molly Appeal focus alternates on a rotating basis for the four key areas of research emphasis and excellence at Dalhousie Medical School: the related fields of inflammation, infection and immunity, cancer, neuroscience, and cardiovascular.

2017-18 DMRF Molly Appeal for Cancer Research

This year's Molly Appeal is dedicated to collaborative cancer research at Dalhousie Medical School and its affiliated teaching hospitals.

We are pleased to be working with Dr. Paola Marignani and a team of over 15 astounding medical researchers, for this year's Molly campaign.  
Click on the video below to learn more about this cutting-edge project:

Dr. Paola Marignani, Professor, Department of Biochemistry & Molecular Biology and Department of Pathology
Dalhousie University Medical School


Advances in research will lead to better diagnoses and treatments for patients with many types of cancer.
Please give generously to this year's Molly Appeal and help researchers who are working to understand
the complexities of cancer and provide personalized precision care and improved quality of life
for patients and their families.

 

Faces of Molly 2017-18

Dr. Drew Bethune helps launch molecular testing for precision treatment of cancers
Dr. Jeanette Boudreau programs NK cells to kill virus-infected and cancerous cells
Dr. Carman Giacomantonio & Dr. Paola Marcato take aim at the bad guys
Dr. Wenda Greer reveals cancer' unique features to guide personalized treatment
Dr. Paola Marignani seeks personalized treatments for high-mortality cancers
Dr. Zhaolin Xu establishes Canada's largest, most comprehensive lung cancer tissue bank

Meet more of our Cancer researchers.


Did You Know?

Each year the Molly Appeal focus alternates on a rotating basis for the four key areas of research emphasis and excellence at Dalhousie Medical School: the related areas of Neuroscience, Cardiovascular, Inflammation, Infection & Immunity and Cancer.

Learn about the many research initiatives happening in the Maritimes at Dalhousie Faculty of Medicine in Nova Scotia and in New Brunswick at Dalhousie Medicine NB (DMNB) by reading our Faces of Molly section.