Danielle Rodin is a radiation oncologist and Director of the Global Cancer Program at Princess Margaret Cancer Centre, and an elected member of the Board of Directors of the Union for International Cancer Control. She is a past Canadian Harkness Fellow in Health Care Policy and Practice and is currently a health services researcher who focuses on global cancer disparities. Danielle has expertise in health technology assessment, global health systems, and large database analyses of cost and quality in cancer care. She has been a member of the two Lancet Oncology commissions on radiotherapy and on surgical oncology, and her work has informed the 2020 World Health Assembly draft resolution on cervical cancer. She has developed partnerships in education, clinical care, and research with cancer centres in India, Brazil, and Jordan, and has been a longstanding consultant to the International Atomic Energy Agency on addressing disparities in access to radiotherapy.