Southern Alberta Cancer Research Institute (SACRI)


The Southern Alberta Cancer Research Institute (SACRI) brings together researchers and physicians using the latest advances in medicine and science to determine the most effective treatments, to understand cancer causation, to explain trends in cancer incidence and mortality, and to improve the scientific knowledge of all aspects of the cancer continuum. SACRI originated in 2003 as a partnership between the University of Calgary's Faculty of Medicine and Alberta Health Services (formerly AHS-ACB). The Institute’s primary role is to integrate cancer research across all disciplines - fundamental, translational, patient -based, and population health -throughout Southern Alberta.

Last Updated ( May 20, 2010 )