BECOME A MEMBER OF RRCancer

Join the Cancer Research Network to improve diagnosis, prognosis, care and services for oncology patients.

REGULAR MEMBER

A regular member is a researcher working in at least one of the network’s member institutions and who meets the criteria for one of the following research statuses, as detailed in the Common General Rules of the FRQ:

  • a researcher from a university or affiliated institution;
  • a clinical academic researcher from an affiliated institution;
  • a college researcher.

Regular members are actively involved in the scientific activity of the network.

ASSOCIATE MEMBER

Any person who collaborates on the development or implementation of the network’s activities is eligible for associate membership. This person may be a researcher, a clinician, a manager or a research professional.

STUDENT MEMBER

A student member is a person enrolled in a graduate training program in a Québec university institution, a resident physician or a person who meets the status of a postdoctoral research trainee, as described in the Common General Rules of the FRQ, and who is training in a Québec university institution. To be eligible for membership, the student must, in addition to meeting one of the above-mentioned statuses, be engaged in research activities and be directed or supervised by a regular member of the network.

The primary objective of the FRQS Cancer Research Network (RRCancer) is to allow Quebec researchers to access important infrastructure and support their objective to work together to achieve common goals.

Key activities include tumour banks and services that support large-scale research in genomics and proteomics. Thanks to these activities, the network was able to mobilize a significant number of cancer researchers who came together to pursue high calibre research in a multidisciplinary manner.

The network also seeks to maximize interactions that will have a major impact on cancer patient health. These interactions between different specialists and the development of new therapies are both activities that characterize the network’s mission.

    The primary objective of the FRQS Cancer Research Network (RRCancer) is to allow Quebec researchers to access important infrastructure, and support their objective to work together to achieve common goals.

    Key activities include tumour banks and services that support large-scale research in genomics and proteomics. Thanks to these activities, the network was able to mobilize a significant number of cancer researchers who came together to pursue high calibre research in a multidisciplinary manner.

    The network also seeks to maximize interactions that will have a major impact on cancer patient health. These interactions between different specialists and the development of new therapies are both activities that characterize the network’s mission.

    A researcher, clinician or another professional who collaborates with a regular member of the RRCancer could postulate to become of the network as an ‘associate member’.

      • Participate in the network's scientific activities
      • Acknowledge the RRCancer in publications or presentations if samples from the biobank or network resources have been used.

      The primary objective of the FRQS Cancer Research Network (RRCancer) is to allow Quebec researchers to access important infrastructure, and support their objective to work together to achieve common goals.

      Key activities include tumour banks and services that support large-scale research in genomics and proteomics. Thanks to these activities, the network was able to mobilize a significant number of cancer researchers who came together to pursue high calibre research in a multidisciplinary manner.

      The network also seeks to maximize interactions that will have a major impact on cancer patient health. These interactions between different specialists and the development of new therapies are both activities that characterize the network’s mission.

      Only a graduate student or a post-doctoral fellow working under the supervision of a regular member participating in an activity of the RRCancer can apply to become an affiliated trainee.

        • Participate in the network's scientific activities
        • Acknowledge the RRCancer in publications or presentations if samples from the biobank or network resources have been used.