Gordon Chan , Ph.D.

B.Sc. (University of Alberta)
Ph.D. (Department of Medical Biochemistry, University of Calgary)
Post-doctoral fellowship (Fox Chase Cancer Center, Philadelphia, PA)
Associate Professor, Department of Oncology

Mailing Address & Phone/FAX/E-Mail numbers
Dr. Gordon Chan
Department of Oncology
University of Alberta
11560 University Avenue
Edmonton, Alberta, T6G 1Z2

office phone: (780)-432-8433
office fax: (780)-432-8428
For more information, please contact: gkc@ualberta.ca or gordon.chan@AHS.ca

Research Training Opportunities

Research training is available for undergraduate summer students, undergraduate honors research project students, undergraduate co-op students, graduate students and post-doctoral fellows. Individuals interested in graduate work in Oncology in my laboratory should have a strong background in molecular biology, biochemistry and/or cell biology, since research projects typically involve the use of platform technologies from these disciplines.

Research Funding

Operating grants are funded from NSERC, the Alberta Cancer Foundation, Cancer Research Society and the Alberta Innovates Health Solutions.
 

Teaching and Outreach Activities

Departmental Committees:
Animal Care Committee, member
Department of Oncology Cancer Sciences Graduate Coordinating Committee, member
Cell Imaging Facility Management Committee, member

Local Committees:
Alberta Research Tumor Bank Tissue Distribution Committee, member
Faculty of Medicine & Dentistry 75th Anniversary Graduate Student Award review committee, member
Walter McKenzie Visiting Speakers Fund Committee, member

Member of grant review panels
Cancer Research Society, Panel C1, tumour suppressor genes, oncogenes and DNA repair 2011-2015

Ad hoc reviewer:
NSERC, Discovery Grant - Genes, Cells and Molecules Committee
National Medical Research Council, Singapore
Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council, UK

Teaching:
Oncol570 Directed Reading in Experimental Oncology
Oncol520 Tumor Biology
Oncol425 Module 3 Mitosis and Aneuploidy in Cancer