Terry Fox New Frontiers Program Project Grants (PPGs)

The Terry Fox New Frontiers Program Project Grants is a long‐standing program involving the best cancer researchers in Canada. These programs support Canadian research teams exploring new frontiers in cancer research (i.e., breakthrough and transformative biomedical, clinical and translational research which may form the basis for innovative cancer prevention, diagnosis and/or treatment).

A Request for Applications (RFA) is issued annually.The 2015 competition information can be found on the Terry Fox New Frontiers Program (2015) page.

Please refer to the table below for the current list of Terry Fox New Frontiers Program Project grants. Detailed information for each project can be found in the Canadian Research Information System (CRIS) database.

Canadian Oncolytic Virus Consortium (COVCo) 2004-2017 Bell, John
A research pipeline for hypoxia-directed precision cancer medicine 1999-2019 Bristow, Robert; Wouters, Bradly
Ultrasound and MRI for cancer therapy 2014-2017 Czarnota, Gregory
Killing the Hydra: genetic dissection of actionable targets required for maintenance of metastatic disease 2011-2019 Egan, Sean
Molecular Correlates of Treatment Failure in Lymphoid Cancers 2013-2016 Gascoyne, Randy
Prostate cancer progression 1999-2016 Gleave, Martin
Core pathogenic pathways in human leukemia 1999-2017 Humphries, Keith
Genomics of forme fruste tumours: new vistas on cancer biology and management 2013-2018 Huntsman, David
Unraveling metabolic adaptations associated with disease progression and therapeutic response in metastatic breast cancer 2011-2015 Park, Morag; Jones, Russell
Genetic analysis of signaling pathways for vascular development and tumour angiogenesis 2000-2015 Nagy, Andras
Molecular and cellular differentiation: new targets and treatments 1999-2015 Paige, Christopher
Nanoparticle-Enhanced Photoacoustic Imaging for Cancer Localization and Therapeutic Guidance 2013-2016 Wilson, Brian