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Tina Hsu (CA)

Dr. Tina Hsu graduated from Queen’s University with a Bachelor of Science. She completed medical school and her internal medicine training at McMaster University prior to completing her medical oncology training at the University of Toronto. She completed a research fellowship, funded by the Canadian Association of Medical Oncologists (CAMO)/Canadian Institute of Health Research (CIHR), in geriatric oncology under the mentorship of Dr. Arti Hurria at City of Hope where she studied caregiver burden in caregivers of older adults with cancer.

Dr. Hsu’s is currently a medical oncologist at the Ottawa Hospital Cancer Centre. Her main areas of interest are geriatric oncology and medical education. Her main interests are improving clinical trial opportunities for older adults and improving care of older adults with cancer in Canada through collaboration and education. She is a member of the Education Committee within the International Society of Geriatric Oncology (SIOG) and is involved in initiatives to develop curriculum in geriatric oncology to educate oncologists, geriatricians, and Allied Health workers. She is also involved with the Royal College medical oncology competency by design initiative.

November 18, 2018
2:00pm to 3:30pm Emerging technologies in diagnosis and care Room E 102 Esther Bastiaannet (NL), Ishwaria Subbiah (US), Nienke de Glas (NL), Daniël Souwer (NL), Romain Corre (FR), Tina Hsu (CA), Aldo Dettino (BR)