Simron Singh, MD
Conference Organizing Committee
Dr. Simron Singh is a medical oncologist at Odette Cancer Center at Sunnybrook Health Sciences Center in Toronto, Canada. He is also an assistant professor at the University of Toronto. He completed his B. Sc as well as MD at University of Alberta in Edmonton, Alberta. . He completed postgraduate training in Internal Medicine at Queens University in Kingston, Ontario, Canada and Medical Oncology at the University of Toronto. After completing his clinical training, Dr. Singh completed his Master's degree in Public Health from Harvard University in Boston, MA, USA. His research interests include neuroendocrine carcinomas as well as population health and cancer care utilization discrepancies.
Currently Dr. Singh is co-head of a newly established multi-disciplinary specialized neuro-endocrine clinic at the Sunnybrook Odette Cancer Center in Toronto, one of the first of its kind in the region. He is involved in numerous activities in the care of neuroendocrine cancer including the role of ki-67 as a prognostic marker and the utilization of health care resources in the diagnosis and treatment of NET patients.