Pavlos Msaouel, MD, PhD
University of Texas, MD Anderson Cancer Center
Department of Genitourinary Medical Oncology, Division of Cancer Medicine
Dr. Pavlos Msaouel is a clinician and cancer biologist who is focused on particularly rare forms of renal cell and urothelial carcinomas, including renal medullary carcinoma. Throughout the past decade, Dr. Msaouel has received over two dozen honors and awards for his contributions to research and treatment.
Dr. Msaouel completed his Masters in Medicine, and continued to receive his PhD in Neoplasm Biology from the University of Athens medical school. He then completed his internal medical residency at the Jacobi Medical Center / Albert Einstein College of Medicine. Dr. Msaouel served as Chief Fellow with the MD Anderson Cancer Center / University of Texas to complete his oncology fellowship, and now is appointed there as Assistant Professor for the Genitourinary Medical Oncology department.
Having published a number of peer-reviewed articles, Dr. Msaouel has focused his laboratory research on understanding the role of defects in subunits of the SWI/SNF chromatin remodeling complex. In his clinical research, he has worked to design and implement new clinical trial concepts.