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Dr David Huntsman

Dr David Huntsman

Dr David Huntsman is a professor of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine, and Obstetrics and Gynaecology at the University of British Columbia where he is the Canada Research Chair in molecular and genomic pathology. He also directs OVCARE, BC’s multidisciplinary ovarian cancer research team and conducts his research at the BC Cancer Agency and Vancouver General Hospital. He leads several Canadian and international collaborative networks and founded a company, Contextual Genomics, to increase the clinical and economic impact of his work. He has an MD from Memorial University.

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