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Dwight Moulin, M.D., FRCP
Dr. Dwight Moulin is a Professor in the Departments of Clinical Neurological Sciences and Oncology at the University of Western Ontario and the Earl Russell Chair of Pain Research at U.W.O. He is also Medical Director of Pain and Symptom Management at the London Regional Cancer Program and Head of the Division of Neurology at Victoria Campus at London Health Sciences Centres in London, Ontario. Dr. Moulin sees patients who require pain and symptom management as part of the Supportive Care division of the London Regional Cancer Program.
Dr. Moulin is a graduate of the University of Western Ontario where he also trained in neurology. He then completed a 2-year Fellowship in Pain and Neuro-Oncology at Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Centre in New York City from 1983 – 1985.
Dr. Moulin’s research interests include the role of sublingual methadone in the management of sudden severe cancer pain and also the role of adjuvant analgesics in the management of cancer-related bone pain.