Editor - Gabriel Douchebe Dakubo | University of Ottawa | 24085

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Gabriel Douchebe Dakubo

Gabriel Douchebe Dakubo
Dr. Gabriel Douchebe Dakubo
Molecular Medicine Research Program
Ottawa Hospital Research Institute and the University of Ottawa,
University of Ottawa


Dr. Gabriel Douchebe Dakubo is an Assistant Professor of Molecular Medicine and Human Anatomy in the Division of Medical Sciences at the Northern Ontario School of Medicine. He received his BSc and MBChB degrees from the University of Ghana, followed by a postdoctoral research fellowship in molecular medicine at the Ottawa Hospital Research Institute, Canada. He is a passionate research scientist, academic book author, editor, and teacher. Dr. Dakubo’s passion is in non-invasive deployment of biomarkers for cancer management. While an expert in mitochondrial genetic alterations in cancer, he also has a keen interest in the inter-genomic communications that occur in the cancer cell, as well as the Slaughter’s concept of field cancerization. He has written three books, “Mitochondrial Genetics and Cancer”, “Cancer Biomarkers in Body Fluids: Principles”, and “Cancer Biomarkers in Body Fluids: Biomarkers in Circulation” that are published by Springer, and edited one book, “Field Cancerization: Basic Science and Clinical Applications” that is published by Nova Science Publishers. Dr. Dakubo has reviewed for a number of esteemed journals, including Clinical Cancer Research. 

Research Interest

• Cancer signatures in body fluids
• Genetic alterations in cancer
• Mitochondrial genome changes in cancer
• Companion diagnostics
• Paleo-pathology (oncology)
• Developmental neurobiology