Speaker Series Part 4 | Dr. Maroie Barkati

Radiotherapy: Past, Present, Future -- With Implications for Africa. Dr. Barkati is a radiation oncologist at the University of Montreal Health Centre (CHUM) in Canada. She is also an assistant professor in medicine at the University of Montreal. Dr. Barkati participates actively in clinical research in oncology and as a member of many national and … Continue reading Speaker Series Part 4 | Dr. Maroie Barkati

Speaker Series Part 3 | Dr. Jacob Van Dyk

Global Challenges in Radiation Oncology: A Medical Physics Perspective Dr. Jacob Van Dyk is a Professor Emeritus in Oncology and Medical Biophysics, and Adjunct Professor in Physics and Astronomy at Western University. He has more than 40 years of experience working in Radiation Oncology Medical Physics, with organizations including the Princess Margaret Hospital, the London Regional Cancer Program, and the International Atomic … Continue reading Speaker Series Part 3 | Dr. Jacob Van Dyk

Speaker Series Part 2 | Dr. Rebecca Wong

Building radiotherapy capacity through training— opportunities and barriers Dr. Rebecca Wong is a Professor and Vice Chair of Education, and Staff Radiation Oncologist at Princess Margaret Cancer Centre in Toronto, Canada. In this episode, she discusses different approaches to build collaborative partnerships across High and Low-Middle Income Countries, and the importance of professional training in … Continue reading Speaker Series Part 2 | Dr. Rebecca Wong

Speaker Series Part 1 | Dr. Jessica Chan

Time to treatment and outcomes among Inuit patients from Nunavut treated with palliative radiotherapy at The Ottawa Hospital We kicked off our inaugural Global Oncology Committee Speaker Series this past week with a presentation from Dr. Jessica Chan, a previous winner of the Global Oncology Committee’s Global Health Scholarship. Dr. Chan is a resident in … Continue reading Speaker Series Part 1 | Dr. Jessica Chan