Samuel Ng, MD, PhD
After attending the University of Arizona where he studied Molecular and Cellular Biology and English Literature, Dr. Ng attended Harvard Medical School where he received an MD, PhD. His graduate work was performed with Katia Georgopoulos in the Department of Immunology where he studied genetic regulation in lymphocyte development mediated by the genes Ikaros and Mi-2beta. He completed his clinical training with a residency in Internal Medicine at Brigham and Women’s Hospital followed by a fellowship with the Dana-Farber/Partners Cancer Center program in Hematology and Oncology. He is an attending physician in the Lymphoma Program of the Division of Hematologic Malignancies at Dana-Farber. Dr. Ng has an active research interest in the biology of T-cell lymphomas and is currently pursuing this work in the laboratory of David Weinstock at DFCI. Ultimately, the aims of his clinical and research efforts are to help develop novel therapies that improve outcomes for patients afflicted with T-cell Lymphoma.