Nanomedicines Innovation Network (NMIN) has named Professor Warren Chan as the new co-leader of NMIN’s diagnostics research team.
“I’m delighted that Dr. Chan has agreed to take on this role,” says Professor Christine Allen, NMIN's Scientific Director. “He is a world renowned expert in diagnostics and an excellent role model for our trainees.”
Chan succeeds Professor Shana Kelley, who stepped down from the role in June 2021, and joins forces with Professor Gilbert Walker, who has been the diagnostics research team co-leader since NMIN's inception.
“I am excited to work with my NMIN colleagues and the broader community to advance nanotechnology-based diagnostics to help society,” says Chan.
Chan is a Professor and Director of the Institute of Biomedical Engineering at the University of Toronto with a cross-appointment to the department of chemistry.
Read the full announcement from NMIN.