Dr. Samuel Aparicio joined the BC Cancer Agency in 2005 to lead a program of basic and translational science in molecular oncology. He was also appointed as the Nan and Lorraine Robertson Breast Cancer Chair at the BC Cancer Agency.
Dr. Aparicio is an MD-PhD physician-scientist. He graduated in internal medicine and pathology from Cambridge and Oxford universities in the UK. Dr. Aparicio’s contributions to science have spanned research in fundamental aspects of genomics, evolution and the application of genomics and genetics to understanding disease.
Dr. Aparicio’s contributions to academic research have been widely published in primary scientific and clinical journals such as Nature, Science, Cell and the New England Journal of Medicine.
You can read Dr. Aparicio's blog posts here.