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Dr. Harriet Feilotter

Dr. Feilotter is a Professor in the Department of Pathology and Molecular Medicine at Queen’s University, where she maintains an active program dedicated to the assessment of methods for biomarker validation and to the transfer of clinically actionable molecular information to the clinical setting. She has a special interest in the integration of platforms designed to support studies of human DNA, RNA and protein biomarkers. Her roles as Service Chief of Kingston Health Sciences Center’s Laboratory Genetics and Director of the Queen’s Genomics facility allow her to focus on methods to bridge the gap between research and clinical application of biomarker findings


Dr. Christopher Howlett

Dr. Howlett is an anatomical pathologist practicing in molecular, hematological, lung, and gastrointestinal pathology. He completed a BSc in genetics at the University of Western Ontario, and PhD and MD degrees at the University of Calgary. He returned to the University of Western Ontario for Anatomical Pathology training, followed by fellowship training in hematopathology. He has served as section head of molecular genetics in the Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine at UWO since 2012


Dr. Aaron Pollett

Dr. Aaron Pollett is the Provincial Head, Pathology and Laboratory Medicine Program at Cancer Care Ontario. He is an Anatomic Pathologist and Co-Director of the Division of Diagnostic Medical Genetics at Mount Sinai Hospital and an associate professor in the department of Laboratory Medicine and Pathobiology at the University of Toronto. Dr. Pollett has a specialty interest in gastrointestinal pathology and pathology informatics with a Master’s Degree from the Department of Health Policy, Management and Evaluation, University of Toronto. In his various roles, Dr. Pollett oversees the molecular analysis of solid cancers as well as the development and implementation of new molecular biomarkers



Dr. Peter Sabatini

Peter Sabatini is a molecular and cytogenetic clinical laboratory geneticist at the University Health Network. Peter is committed to improving diagnostic care in genetics for both oncology and hereditary conditions. His work focuses on translational research that integrates novel genetic testing methods into routine clinical practice.


Dr. Graham Slack

Graham W. Slack is a graduate of the medical school at the University of British Columbia. He trained in General Pathology at the University of Alberta and in Hematopathology at the Massachusetts General Hospital/Harvard Medical School. Currently, he is a clinical associate professor at the University of British Columbia and has been practicing lymphoma pathology at BC Cancer in Vancouver for over 10 years. He is also a member of the BC Cancer Centre for Lymphoid Cancers and participates in research investing patholobiologic and clinical features of aggressive B-cell lymphomas, T-cell lymphomas, and Hodgkin lymphomas.

Dr. Tracy Tucker

Dr. Tracy Tucker is a Cytogeneticist and Molecular Geneticist at BC Cancer and a Clinical Associate Professor in the Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine at the University of British Columbia. She completed her PhD and post-doctoral fellowship in Medical Genetics at the University of British Columbia. She undertook her CCMG fellowship training in Clinical Molecular Genetics and Cytogenetics at BC Children’s Hospital and Women’s Health Centre. She runs the molecular genetics rotation for UBC pathology residents and has an interest in education and curriculum mapping as well as trouble-shooting molecular assays for clinical application.