Brad Doble


  • Accepting Students: Yes
  • Research Category: Childhood Diseases


Current Positions

Associate Professor, Department of Pediatrics & Child Health
Associate Professor, Department of Biochemistry & Medical Genetics
Bihler Chair in Stem Cell Research


BSc Honours (Genetics), University of Manitoba
PhD (Cardiovascular Cell Physiology), University of Manitoba

Research Focus

My research is focused on stem cell biology and mechanisms regulating very early stages of embryonic development. Stem cells provide a powerful model system that the Doble lab uses to study human diseases, especially cancers arising from improperly controlled developmental signaling pathways such as the rare childhood cancer, medulloblastoma.

Research Interests

- Pluripotent stem cell biology/differentiation
- Wnt signaling
- Medulloblastoma
- Epigenetics
- Genome Editing
- Proximity Labeling Proteomics