Cancer Research Specialist
Research scientist Noushin Moshgabadi loves helping connect people with better healthcare and cancer treatment through her work in medical science.
Originally from Iran, Noushin has been living in British Columbia, Canada, for more than 15 years where she has studied and worked in scientific research for more than a decade. She obtained her Bachelors of Science in Cell & Molecular Biology from Vancouver’s Simon Fraser University (SFU); and her Masters of Science in Genetics, as well as her secondary Masters of Science, from the University of British Columbia’s Medical Genetics department (UBC).
Noushin has worked as a research scientist at Public Health Agency of Canada (PHAC), UBC hospitals, the Vancouver Prostate Centre (VPC), and several Genetics and Molecular Biology laboratories at both Simon Fraser University and the University of British Columbia. She also has publications in several scientific journals, including PNAS, Cancer Gene Therapy, Genetics and Journal of clinical Virology.
In addition to her passion for genetics, molecular biology, and scientific research, Noushin enjoys exploring Vancouver’s beautiful natural landscape and hanging out with friends and family. She loves outdoor activities and can often be found doing different outdoor sports, like skiing, hiking, biking, sailing, and jogging.
Noushin is excited to be a part of the CTOAM team and working with cutting-edge experts who are leading the way in cancer care. Her life goal is to help people through medical science – and she feels that CTOAM provides her with an opportunity to make this dream come true.
To speak with Noushin, please contact CTOAM.