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Dr. Andrew Robinson

Kingston Health Care Services – Kingston General Hospital

Dr. Andrew Robinson is an associate professor of Medicine at Queens University. He graduated from the University of Manitoba with a degree in medicine, attended the University of British Columbia for Internal Medicine and Medical Oncology, and obtained a Masters of Biotechnology from Johns Hopkins University – it was an online Masters – but still counts.
He has an active practice in Genitourinary, Breast, and Lung Cancer, and has published and contributed significantly to immunotherapy trials and combinations in on Lung Cancer and early phase trials. He also locums at various locations including Charlottetown, PEI, Sudbury, Ontario, and Sunnybrook (Toronto), Ontario, gaining an appreciation of the institutional differences and variation in patient approaches and amounts of paperwork. He is the national lead of the BRC7 trial, comparing immunotherapy alone to immunotherapy with chemotherapy as initial treatment of non-small cell lung
cancer.