Dr. David B. Shultz
Financial Oversight Committee
Princess Margaret Cancer Centre
In my clinical practice, I treat sarcomas, brain tumors, and spinal metastases. My research focuses on biomarkers of radiation-induced treatment response and injury. I completed my MD/PhD training at Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine in 2009 through the Medical Scientist Training Program, followed by residency training in radiation oncology at Stanford University. During my time at Stanford, I also conducted post-doctoral research. My current position is as a clinician investigator in the Radiation Medicine Program at the Princess Margaret Cancer Centre. I am also appointed as Assistant Professor in the Department of Radiation Oncology at the University of Toronto. Overall, I devote my time equally to clinical and research work. During this phase of my academic career, I am concentrating on conducting prospective clinical trials and translational studies.