University of Toronto Department of Medical Biophysics (MBP) is an interdisciplinary graduate department in the Faculty of Medicine at the University of Toronto. MBP research is highly interdisciplinary, cutting across the conventional boundaries of biology, physics, medicine, chemistry, engineering, computer science and mathematics. The detection, prevention and treatment of cancer constitute a major focus of MBP.



University of Toronto Department of Radiation Oncology (DRO) is a world-leading academic radiation oncology department that spans mutliple hospitals in the Greater Toronto Area, including Princess Margaret Cancer Centre (UHN) and Odette Cancer Centre (Sunnybrook). 



The Princess Margaret Cancer Centre is one of the top five cancer research centres in the world. It houses a team of internationally recognized scientists that seek to understand all aspects of cancer. Its cutting-edge research space is equipped with state-of-the-art research tools including facilities for molecular imaging, guided therapeutics, genomics, proteomics and bioinformatics.



Canadian Cancer Trials Group (CCTG) is a cooperative oncology group that designs and administers clinical trials in cancer therapy, supportive care and prevention across Canada. Dr. Bratman is Study Chair of the CCTG HN.10 trial.




The University Health Network's Office of Research Trainees (ORT) serves as the central support and information resource for current and prospective trainees at UHN, and is the go-to place for principal investigators and support staff to get help on trainee issues.



Strategic Training in Transdisciplinary Radiation Science for the 21st Century (STARS21) is funded by Terry Fox and Princess Margaret. This program is designed to provide clinicians, students and fellows with the skills essential to conducting innovative research in radiation medicine as well as leadership, management, collaboration and communication proficiencies.



The Spatio-temporal Targeting and Amplification of Radiation Response (STTARR) program and Princess Margaret Cancer Centre’s Radiation Medicine Program provide a platform for cutting-edge multidisciplinary research with advanced imaging and radiotherapy instruments. 




Princess Margaret Genomics Centre (PMGC) is dedicated to providing researchers (Ontario, Canada and worldwide) access to a full-spectrum of genomics services. The PMGC has solutions for all your experimental needs: from wet-lab work to bioinformatics.




Tranlsational Genomics Loaboratory is a joint collaborative workspace between The Princess Margaret Cancer Centre (PM) and Ontario Institute for Cancer Research (OICR). The PM-OICR TGL is located in the MaRS complex in downtown Toronto and provides research support in cancer genomics to collaborators at both institutions.




Software: Find open source software and published analysis scripts at the GitHub repositories from the Bratman Lab and from our collaborators, the Haibe-Kains Lab (for RadioGx), the Pugh Lab (for ConsensusCruncher), and the joint PM-OICR Tranlational Genomics Laboratory.