University of Toronto
Evaluating & improving surgery outcomes for GI malignancies
Natalie Coburn, MD, MPH, is a surgical oncologist, specializing in hepatobiliary and gastric cancer. She completed her general surgery residency at Brown University, her surgical oncology fellowship at the University of Toronto, and a master’s of Public Health in Quantitative Methods at Harvard University. She is an adjunct scientist at ICES and an Assistant Professor in the Department of Surgery at the University of Toronto, with a cross appointment to the Department of Health Policy, Management and Evaluation. Her research has focused on evaluating and improving outcomes of surgery for GI malignancies.