James Edgar Till, Ph.D.

Ontario Cancer Institute (OCI) University of Toronto, Toronto, ON, Canada 
Stem cells; biophysics; radiobiology; open access research; informatics
"James Till"
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Harold Johns grad student 1954 University of Saskatchewan
 (Harold John's was a faculty member at the University of Saskatchewan before moving to the University of Toronto.)
Ernest Charles Pollard grad student 1958 Yale (Physics Tree)


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Ronald Worton grad student University of Toronto
Cliff Stanners grad student 1963 University of Toronto (Neurotree)
Alan Bernstein grad student 1972 University of Toronto (Neurotree)
Connie J. Eaves post-doc University of Toronto (Cell Biology Tree)
Tak Wah Mak research scientist (Physics Tree)
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Becker AJ, McCulloch EA, Till JE. (2014) Pillars article: Cytological demonstration of the clonal nature of spleen colonies derived from transplanted mouse marrow cells. Nature. 1963. 197:452-454. Journal of Immunology (Baltimore, Md. : 1950). 192: 4945-7
Till JE, McCulloch EA. (2012) A direct measurement of the radiation sensitivity of normal mouse bone marrow cells. 1961. Radiation Research. 178: AV3-7
Till JE, McCulloch EA. (2011) A direct measurement of the radiation sensitivity of normal mouse bone marrow cells. 1961. Radiation Research. 175: 145-9
McCulloch EA, Till JE. (2005) Perspectives on the properties of stem cells. Nature Medicine. 11: 1026-8
Ciampi A, Kates L, Buick R, et al. (1986) Multi-type Galton-Watson process as a model for proliferating human tumour cell populations derived from stem cells: estimation of stem cell self-renewal probabilities in human ovarian carcinomas. Cell and Tissue Kinetics. 19: 129-40
Ciampi A, Kates L, Buick R, et al. (1986) Multi‐Type Galton‐Watson Process As A Model For Proliferating Human Tumour Cell Populations Derived From Stem Cells: Estimation of Stem Cell Self‐Renewal Probabilities In Human Ovarian Carcinomas Cell Proliferation. 19: 129-140
Mackillop WJ, Ciampi A, Till JE, et al. (1983) A stem cell model of human tumor growth: implications for tumor cell clonogenic assays. Journal of the National Cancer Institute. 70: 9-16
Till JE. (1982) Stem cells in differentiation and neoplasia. Journal of Cellular Physiology. Supplement. 1: 3-11
Price GB, Sturgeon JF, Till JE. (1980) Focus-forming ability and surface markers of hamster-human malignant lymphoma hybrids. Blood. 55: 351-4
Till JE, McCulloch EA. (1980) Hemopoietic stem cell differentiation. Biochimica Et Biophysica Acta. 605: 431-59
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