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Brian Shim

By Brian Shim

Brian Shim

Brian Shim (he/him/his; based in Boston, MA) is an undergraduate student studying Cell & Molecular Biology and Journalism Studies at Northeastern University in Boston, Massachusetts. He works as a student researcher in medical oncology at the Hahn Laboratory of the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute with focuses on immunotherapy and genetic vulnerabilities in breast, brain, and CNS cancers. Brian is highly interested in abating the high overall and disparate rates of morbidity and mortality in cancer by leveraging molecular, clinical, and public health approaches. As a public health advocate, Brian is working to improve the implementation of preventive interventions in cancer in order to reduce barriers to access and increase engagement among medically underserved patient populations.

Blogs by Brian Shim

Brian Shim shares an overview of lung cancer, screening, and disparities

Screen the Lungs! By Brian Shim What Makes Screening so Difficult? Dissecting the Multi-Level Barriers to Lung Cancer Screening Previously on Screen …

Screen the Lungs! By Brian Shim Introduction to Lung Cancer, Disparities, and Screening Introduction to Lung Cancer Health and Disparity Despite striding …

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