Dr. Uri Tabori is a Staff Oncologist with the Division of Haematology/Oncology and a Senior Scientist within the Research Institute, holds the Garron Family Chair appointment in Childhood Cancer Research, and is a Professor in the Departments of Medical Biophysics, Institute of Medical Science and Paediatrics, University of Toronto. Dr. Tabori is a Principal Investigator within the Arthur and Sonia Labatt Brain Tumor research Centre at The Hospital for Sick Children. He received his MD at the Hebrew University in Jerusalem, he further completed his specialized training in Pediatrics at the Sorasky Medical Centre, in the Department of Haematology/Oncology at the Chaim Sheba Medical Centre, and Paediatric Neuro-Oncology here at SickKids. Dr Tabori’s clinical practice focuses on the treatment of children with cancer, with a particular focus on brain tumors and cancer predisposition. Based on his clinical background and expertise, his research focuses on translational aspects of cancer originating from patients need, through basic discoveries and clinical trials to changes in how society is managing specific cancers. Specifically, Dr Tabori focuses on the development of systems for early detection, intervention and therapeutics in individuals highly predisposed to developing brain tumors. He is also studying mechanisms underlying brain tumor immortality and recurrence in the context of predisposition to cancer. Dr. Tabori has been the recipient of numerous awards, including the Canadian Cancer Society’s Bernard and Francine Dorval Prize in 2016 and the Early Researcher Award from the Ontario Ministry of Development in Innovation in 2014.