Gelareh Zadeh


Toronto, ON M5T 1P5, Canada

University of Toronto

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MacFeeters Hamilton NeuroOncology Program, Princess Margaret Cancer Centre, University Health Network, The University of Toronto, Canada

Her research laboratory is focused on studying the molecular mechanisms of glioma angiogenesis and molecular regulators of tumour metabolism. Specifically investigating the role of bone marrow derived cells in supporting tumour vasculature in gliomas and how differentiation into macrophage and microglia population plays a role in escape mechanisms of evading anti-angiogenic therapy. A second focus of the laboratory, on tumour metabolism, explores the interplay between altered metabolism in response to anti-angiogenic therapy. She also has a translational program, dedicated to establishing the genomic landscape of menigniomas and schwannomas. Her laboratory is funded through peer-reviewed grants from a number of agencies such as CIHR, Terry Fox New Investigator grant, CCSRI, CRS, BrainChild and others.


Clinical Research, Neuro-oncology


University of Toronto

Toronto, ON M5T 1P5, Canada