Master of Science
The Medical Oncology Program is a two-year Royal College accredited subspecialty program at the BC Cancer Agency and is affiliated with the University of British Columbia.
Medical Oncology is an exciting career choice. In the past decade this subspecialty has rapidly expanded in scope, reflecting major advancements in clinical and basic science research. This translates into an increasing demand for medical oncologists across Canada and opens the door for diverse professional opportunites in the academic realms of clinical and translational research, medical education, administration and public health policy.
In addition to training residents as clinicians, our program provides them with a solid grounding in the principles of the basic and clinical science of oncology and the ability to tailor the program to their career aspirations.
|Chi, Kim Nguyen
|Thrombosis in cancer patients, methemoglobinemia, hemolysis, anticancer drugs, prostate cancer, chemotherapy, cell cancer, breast cancer
|Chia, Stephen K.L.
|Cancer; translational research in breast cancer
|Clinical medicine; Lymphoid Cancer; Leukemia; genomics; Population-based outcomes; Cellular therapy; Quality of life; Survivorship
|Colorectal cancer, hepatobiliary malignancies, pancreatic cancer, phase II/III clinical trials, health outcomes research
|Cancer; Carcinoid tumors
|Developmental Therapeutics; Pancreatic cancer; Colorectal Cancer; Cancer Genomics; Cancer Biomarkers
|Pathology (except oral pathology); Cancer Genomics; Determinants of treatment failure in B-cell lymphoid cancers (lymphoma and CLL); Lymphoid Cancer; Lymphoma Biomarker; Lymphoma Tumor; Lymphoma/Leukemia Molecular Profiling; Treatment management