Andrew Haller, PhD
While working as a post-doc at Princess Margaret Cancer Center, Andrew was exposed to the amazing entrepreneurial biotech ecosystem in Toronto. It is Andrew’s passion to improve how science is translated into patient outcomes. Feeling disenchanted with lab work, Andrew joined a start-up biotech marketing initiative called TOHealth! where he gained an intimate knowledge of the innovation ecosystem and developed invaluable connections to the people working on the next therapeutics and devices that will improve care.
Andrew grew up in Detroit, MI and received undergraduate degrees from Michigan State University in Biochemistry and Psychology. It was while he was performing a forensic graduate degree from Wayne State University and working in his first cancer research lab that determine his career path and sent him to Roswell Park Cancer Institute where he received a PhD in Molecular Pharmacology and Cancer Therapeutics. In Buffalo he fell in love with the city of Toronto and immigrated to Canada to Post-Doc at the Princess Margaret Cancer Center.