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Start year End year Title Source Position
1. 2010 Translational studies of metronomic chemotherapy and antiangiogenic drugs for metastatic disease Canadian Cancer Society Research Institute
2. 2009 Host cell assisted primary and metastatic tumor regrowth after chemotherapy National Institutes of Health, (NIH), USA
3. 2007 Tumor Microenvironment Study Section NIH Member
4. 2007 Surrogate molecular biomarkers for antiangiogenic receptor tyrosine kinase inhibitory drugs Ontario Institute for Cancer Research
5. 2006 Optimizing antiangiogenic therapy as a potentially universal chemosensitizing strategy Canadian Institutes of Health Research
6. 1997 1999 Grants Panel B (Molecular & Cellular Biology), National Cancer Institute of Canada Member
7. 1998 Board of Reviewers CaP CURE Foundation Member
8. 1996 Biochemistry and Cell Biology NASA Microgravity Sciences & Applications Study Section
9. 1994 1996 Biological Discipline Working Group National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA)
10. 1992 SPORE' grants and OIG Award Grants NIH Study Sections to Review Breast Cancer Member
11. 1990 National Reviewers Registry National Institutes of Health, USA Member
12. 1988 1989 Peer Review Committee Leukemia Research Fund, University of Minnesota Foundation Member
13. 1977 1989 Grants Panel B National Cancer Institute of Canada (NCIC) Member
14. 1987 1988 Grants Panel B, (Molecular and Cellular Biology), National Cancer Institute of Canada Chairman
15. 1986 1987 Pathology B Study Section National Institutes of Health (NIH), U.S.A. Chartered member
16. 1981 1983 Pathology B Study Section National Institutes of Health (NIH), U.S.A Ad Hoc Member and Reviewer
17. 1978 1981 Immunology/Cell Biology National Cancer Institute of Canada Member


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