Have a listen to the five Canadian prestigious scholars and their groundbreaking research.
The National Killam Program is pleased to announce the 2023 winners of the Killam Prizes and the Dorothy Killam Fellowships.
A digital roundtable celebrating the accomplishments of the 2022 Killam Prize winners.
Dr. McNicholas’ recent work has seen the development of model-based clustering approaches for finding groups of similar observations within multivariate longitudinal data. This work broke new methodological ground .
By unravelling the paradox of oppositional enzyme hijacking, Dr. Shuhendler hopes to pinpoint strategies to thwart this hijacking activity of cancer, opening new routes to therapies preventing its spread.
We celebrate and value the researchers who contribute to building Canada’s future and increasing the scientific attainment of Canadians through research excellence.