Cancer Research Network



Anne-Marie Mes-Masson


900, rue Saint-Denis
Tour Viger, R-10456
Montréal, QC
H2X 0A9
514 890-9000, poste 25496 


Research areas: 3

Researchers: 109


The primary objective of the Cancer Research Network is to allow Québec researchers to have at their disposal a strong infrastructure that will support their combined efforts to attein common goals. The key activities are tumour banks and the services that support large scale research in genomics and proteomics. The network has mobilised a significant number of researchers in the area of cancer that unite their efforts to pursue high caliber multidisciplinary research. The network strives to maximize the interaction that will have a significant impact on the health of patients with cancer. These interactions between different specialists and the development of new therapies are the activities that define the mission of the cancer network.

Research area Principal investigator

Leukemia cell bank

Josée Hébert,
Université de Montréal / Hôpital Maisonneuve-Rosemont

Tissue and data bank

Anne-Marie Mes-Masson,
Université de Montréal / CHUM / Institut du cancer

Experimental therapy

Gerald Batist,
McGill University / Sir Mortimer B. Davis Jewish General Hospital

*The mission comes from the network's website.