Dr. Tony Pawson (1952-2013) revolutionized our understanding of the way our cells work in health and in disease. His discoveries contribute to every aspect of medical research and have relevance for the understanding and treatment of a host of diseases including cancer, diabetes, and disorders of the immune system. In the 25 years he spent studying how cells grow and communicate with each other, he became a world leader and one of the top 25 cited scientists in his field.
You can view more images of Dr. Pawson within the Dr. Tony Pawson Tribute collection from the Sidney Liswood Health Sciences Library at Mount Sinai Hospital. The collection is part of the Collections U of T repository.