Bolstering Bioinformatics Chops, Ontario Institute of Cancer Research Plans to Double Staff in Two Years | GenomeWeb
NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) — The Ontario Institute of Cancer Research plans to nearly double its research staff over the next two years as it gears up to create a bioinformatics infrastructure to accommodate planned sequencing research, according to an institute official.
Last year, the Government of Ontario funneled the equivalent of $350 million into the Toronto-based institute, which, having grown out of the Ontario Cancer Research Network, aims to translate cancer research into drugs and new technologies.

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