Dr. Sarah Hill, MD/PhD, is a board certified anatomic pathologist and physician scientist focused on understanding the mechanisms of ovarian carcinogenesis and therapeutic sensitivity and resistance. She completed her A.B. at Harvard College, her Ph.D. at Harvard University in the laboratory of Dr. David Livingston at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, and her M.D. at Harvard Medical School. She is also a Rhodes Scholar and completed an M.Sc. in biochemistry at Oxford University. Upon graduation from the Harvard MD/PhD program, she trained in anatomic pathology at Brigham and Women's Hospital where she also completed a Women's and Perinatal Pathology Fellowship. In her spare time, Dr. Hill is an avid runner who enjoys competing in marathons and shorter distance races. See current write-up on young investigators at DFCI.