- Prince George
Dr. Olson is a practicing Radiation Oncologist at BC Cancer and Associate Professor at UBC in the Department of Surgery, Division of Radiation Oncology and Developmental Radiotherapeutics. His clinical practice if predominantly focused Head and Neck, Breast, and Oligometastatic cancers. His research focus includes Patient Reported Outcomes, Health Services Delivery Research (with a focus on rural cancer care delivery), and Clinical Trials. He is the Principal Investigator on multiple national and international clinical trials, including the phase III SABR-COMET-3 trial which is a follow-up to the landmark SABR-COMET trial published in the LANCET. He is the Division Head of Radiation Oncology provincially at UBC, and the first Associate Head, Research, for the Department of Surgery at UBC. He supervises graduate students at both UBC and UNBC.
Research and ExpertiseResearch Fields:
- Northern Issues
- Rural Health Services
cancer, patient reported outcomes, clinical trials, rural health, radiotherapyLanguages Spoken:
- Interdisciplinary Studies