Marianne Dubard-Gault, MD, MS
I attended the University of Medicine in Lyon, France and graduated with a medical doctor's degree and masters in biochemistry & molecular biology. I went on to complete residency in Public Health, Preventive Medicine and a one year clinical fellowship in medical oncology at the University of Bordeaux and Reunion Island, France. I graduated with a Medical Doctorate Degree focused on the epidemiology and outcomes of younger patients with breast cancer in a rural setting. I repeated internal medicine residency at Penn Medicine in Philly and completed the cancer genetics program at MSKCC in New york, NY. My clinical work was focused on identifying, counseling, and managing patients and families with a genetic predisposition to cancers. My research there was focused on characterizing pathogenic variants in the genes for rare neuroendocrine tumors when identified on paired somatic/germline sequencing. I joined the SCCA and UW division of Medical Genetics in October 2019 to expand the genetic services the SCCA offers patients and families. I have also now launched the high risk surveillance clinic to follow patients with multiorgan cancer predispositions like VHL or Li-Fraumeni syndrome.