Dr. Shouki Bazarbashi


Dr. Bazarbashi received his MBBS degree from King Saud University School of Medicine in Riyadh, Saudi
Arabia in 1982. He completed his internal medicine residency and hematology/Medical oncology
fellowship at Wayne State University School of Medicine in Detroit, Michigan on 1991. He obtained his
American board diploma in internal medicine in 1988 and in medical oncology in 1991 and Hematology
in 1992. Dr Bazarbashi then was appointed as consultant in medical oncology at King Faisal Specialist
hospital and Research center in 1991 till present. In 1998, He was appointed as head, Section of
medical oncology at KFSH&RC till October 2018. In 2016, he was appointed as adjunct professor in
Alfaisal University till present, and in 2021 he was appointed as acting director, Oncology center at King
Faisal Specialist Hospital and Research Center.
Dr Bazarbashi served as Chairman for the Saudi Cancer Registry from 2001 till 2013. He was a founding
member of the Saudi Oncology society and the deputy chairperson since 2009 to 2019. He also served
as medical director for home-health care program at KFSH&RC in 2001 until 2012. Dr Bazarbashi
established the GI and GU multi-disciplinary guideline groups for the Saudi Oncology Society in 2011.
He also was invited to serve as a member of the ESMO-GI scientific committee for the annual meeting
in 2023. He has published extensively in GI and GU cancer as well as clinical guidelines, with more than
160 abstract and more than 100 publications in peer reviewed journals. He is on the editorial board of
local and International journals and a reviewer for many local and international journals. He is also on
the steering committee of international trials and was a member of NCCN-MENA colon cancer
committee. He currently serves in addition as the chairperson of the Research Ethics committee at
KFSH&RC. He is also a member of the scientific committees of the Saudi Cancer Registry, and served
on the scientific committee for the Saudi National Cancer Center and many other national committees.