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angle-left $1M for Dr. Catherine Goudie, clinician-researcher at the RI-MUHC

The TD Bank grant will revolutionize the detection of hereditary cancers in young people with an innovative mobile application

Dec. 17, 2019

Source: MCH Foundation. Dr. Catherine Goudie, member of the Research Institute of the McGill University Health Centre (RI-MUHC) and MUHC clinician, has won one of ten $1 million grants offered in North America as part of the TD Ready Challenge.

Among the countless applications received from across North America, Dr. Goudie's outstanding project was the only recipient from Québec in 2019.

“MIPOGG represents 5 years of hard work. The app will make significant advances in pediatric oncology.” —Dr. Catherine Goudie
Dr. Catherine Goudie of the Research Institute of the MUHC (third from right) receives a $1 million grant from the TD Ready Challenge for her MIPOGG application (December 2019)
Dr. Catherine Goudie of the Research Institute of the MUHC (third from right) receives a $1 million grant from the TD Ready Challenge for her MIPOGG application (December 2019)
The MIPOGG (McGill Interactive Pediatric OncoGenetic Guidelines) application
The MIPOGG (McGill Interactive Pediatric OncoGenetic Guidelines) application

The MIPOGG (McGill Interactive Pediatric OncoGenetic Guidelines) application brings together scientific collaborations from more than six countries and is already in use in more than 40 countries. The app provides access to an online health platform that will revolutionize the detection of cancer predisposing syndromes in young people, a first in pediatric oncology that brings new hope to young patients.