Happy New Year from Alberta’s Tomorrow Project (ATP)! We would like to thank participants for their years of participation and contributions to ATP. Their dedication over the last 20+ years has enabled the establishment of ATP as one of the largest and most valuable research platforms for supporting the future health of our province and to contribute to cancer and chronic disease research in Canada and around the world.
ATP is moving to the new Calgary Cancer Centre Learn more about our new home in the Calgary Cancer Centre, a state-of-the-art facility dedicated to elevating cancer research The new Calgary Cancer Centre is slated to open in fall of 2023, and Alberta`s Tomorrow Project (ATP) is proud to be calling it our future home. The building will provide wrap-around [...]
Sally`s fascination with research and a personal connection to the study has kept her contributing to Alberta`s largest research study for a decade. Born and raised in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Sally Mack has lived in Calgary for more than 30 years, and a participant of ATP since 2012. A medical representative by trade, she recalls the time when ATP was recruiting [...]
“The work we are doing using ATP data could alter health outcomes and improve quality of life for cancer survivors for generations to come.”
"The work we are doing using ATP data could alter health outcomes and improve quality of life for cancer survivors for generations to come." ATP data user Dr. Karen Kopciuk speaks to the value ATP brings to the cancer and chronic disease research landscape. Dr. Karen Kopciuk Dr. Karen Kopciuk, a Calgary-based research scientist and statistician, has been a long-time [...]
Want to know more about what happens to a sample after ATP collects it? Fred, an extroverted sample, shares his account firsthand. Hello. My name is Fred, your roving cryovial here reporting from Alberta Tomorrow’s Project (ATP) biobank to tell you what happens to us frozen samples when we are delivered to our home in Calgary. First, a little [...]
It is more than just a job, we really care and viscerally feel the value of ATP and how precious a project it is
“It is more than just a job, we really care and viscerally feel the value of ATP and how precious a project it is” Former Communications Advisor with ATP shares her journey of helping ATP’s platform grow into what it is today. Sharon Basaraba has worked as a storyteller in healthcare and medical news for 20 years. Her passion [...]