Dr. Quon is an Adult Respirologist and Clinician-Scientist with a primary clinical and research interest in cystic fibrosis (CF). His research focuses on bridging discoveries in the basic laboratory into the clinic to improve patient outcomes. He is currently searching for novel biomarkers of inflammation and infection to improve disease monitoring in CF. He is also actively involved in several quality improvement initiatives within the St. Paul's Hospital Adult CF clinic and several clinical trials investigating new therapies in CF patients.
Dr. Quon graduated from medical school at McGill University. During his medical training he was also enrolled in a health care management stream and earned a master's degree in Business Administration. Following completion of both medical and business schools, he completed specialty and sub-specialty training in Internal Medicine and Respiratory Medicine at the University of British Columbia. Following clinical training, he obtained a Master of Science Degree in Epidemiology at the University of Washington through the UBC Clinician Investigator Program. To round off his training, he completed post-doctoral translational research training at the UBC Centre for Heart Lung Innovation through the Integrated and Mentored Pulmonary and Cardiovascular Training Program.