Dr. Isaac Chan is a physician-scientist dedicated to eliminating mortality associated with metastatic breast cancer. He received his bachelor’s degree in biomedical engineering at Duke University, followed by a combined M.D. and Ph.D. degree at University of North Carolina in genetics and molecular signaling.
He continued training in internal medicine at Boston University and medical oncology at Johns Hopkins University. In 2020, he joined faculty at UT Southwestern. He is an immuno-oncologist who actively sees patients with breast cancer. His research has been nationally recognized and his lab focuses on using our immune system to end metastatic disease.