Gabriela Ilie, PhD – Connect to Dr. Ilie Via Linkedln and Twitter @GabrielaIDr
GUROC 2022 – reviewing Phase 3 trial results and presenting Phase 4 trial.
In Athens at PROSCA2022:
Here in New Zealand with our colleague and New Zealand Site Lead Mr. Peter Dickens, CEO PCFNZ , at piloting PC-PEP thought NZ and establishing urology, radiation oncology, and support group collaborations with partners throughout New Zealand.
Symposium (95 minutes) presentation at the International Psychosocial Oncology Society Conference IPOS 2022 in Toronto with Research Citizen Outreach National representative Bernie Petolas, Dr. Rob Rutledge, Clinical Lead PC-PEP and Cody MacDonald, PC-PEP Research Project Coordinator.
June 24-27. CUA – Canadian Urologic Association. Presenting primary outcome results of RCT Phase 3 – Podium Presentation by Dr. Gabriela Ilie.
Dalhousie’s DMRF Soillse Prostate Cancer Quality of Life Lab program PC-PEP, Prostate Cancer-Patient Empowering Program opening trial sites throughout the country: NS, NB, NL, Toronto, Ottawa, Edmonton, Kelowna, and Saskatoon! In Kelowna, at SABR forming new collaborations.
Congrats to Drs. Raza Abidi, Jong Sung Kim, Ellen Sweeney, Gabriela Ilie, & Trevor Dummer on a successful NFRF grant! The team will expand their work on Arsenic-Related Cancer w/ Toenail Biosamples & Machine Learning
January 11, 2022. PC-PEP (Prostate Cancer – Patient Empowerment Program) – has now opened a new site in New Brunswick.
January 10, 2022. NEW PC-PEP (Prostate Cancer – Patient Empowerment Program) – opens PC-PEP TV Channel!
December 10, 2021 – Atlantic Canada News: N.S. prostate cancer patient empowerment program becomes standard of care
PC-PEP News Blog, November 2021
Men’s Health Awareness Month
HALIFAX — Five men with prostate cancer sit in a tight circle, speaking of the sadness that overcame them when treatments led to impotency, a lack of bladder control and bouts of anxiety. They’re sharing their experiences at the end of an innovative 28-day program that has dealt with some very sensitive issues.
Now, a joint study by researchers at Dalhousie University and the University of New Brunswick published this week in the journal PLOS One — and described in an article Thursday by the Herald’s Tim Arsenault — has found that the risk of prostate and pancreatic cancers is elevated among workers in professions with a lot of sedentary behaviour.
Treating more than cancer | QEII research study aims to improve quality of life for prostate cancer patients
Following treatment for prostate cancer 15 years ago, Hal Richman has returned to doing the things he loves, like kayaking. Drawing on his cancer experience, he’s eagerly helping Dr. Gabriela Ilie, QEII research scientist, Dr. Rob Rutledge, QEII radiation oncologist, and Dr. David Bell, QEII urologist, in their quest to understand and improve the quality of life for men following prostate cancer. (QEII FOUNDATION)
We find out more about a unique approach to prostate cancer research happening in Atlantic Canada. http://www.nscancer.ca
A new survey of prostate cancer patients and survivors will look at the factors that contribute to quality of life. Gabriela Ilie, research chair and assistant professor at Dalhousie University, is on P.E.I. to talk to the prostate cancer support group, as well as urologists and radiation oncologists.
Soillse Lab won the Dragon’s Den 3 minute Health Innovation Competition (TMHI) at the Healthy Living, Life Conference, held at the Halifax Convention Centre in Halifax, Nova Scotia from September 19-21, 2018.