How Many Canadian Scientists are Truly THIS Connected?

July 10, 2014 at 3:24 pm Leave a comment

Back in May we told you about a tribute to the lifetime accomplishments of the late Canadian scientist, Tony Pawson. Tony was beloved to the scientific community and was held in especially high esteem amongst his colleagues at the Lunenfeld-Tanenbaum Research Institute in Mount Sinai Hospital. His colleagues high regard for Tony is symbolized by a very special project spearheaded by the team at the Lunenfeld.

The Tony Pawson Authorome project, bioinformatician Gary Bader, created a detailed and interactive map highlighting all of Tony’s collaborations over the years. The results are fascinating and illustrates just how much impact Tony Pawson had on the world of science and those around him.

The Tony Pawson Authorome can be seen at

Entry filed under: Biotechnology News and Info from Canadian Universities, Of Interest. Tags: .

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