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Lymphomas, leukaemia & other haematological cancers

Download PowerPoint presentations from the Lymphomas, leukaemia and other haematological cancers plus late effects of cancer treatment: what GPs need to know workshop for GPs and other health professionals, held at Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre on 4 August 2012.
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Assoc/Prof Max Wolf is a consultant haematologist in the Division of Cancer Medicine at the Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre. He has been involved for many years in the treatment of patients with a whole range of haematological cancers. His main clinical and research interests have been in lymphoma. He is a past chairman of the Australasian Leukaemia and Lymphoma Group, a co-operative group which conducts clinical research in haematological cancers. Apart from his appointment at the Peter Mac, Max runs a private practice in Cabrini and Epworth consulting rooms where he sees patients with a full range of haematological disorders.
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Michael Dickinson is a haematologist with a passion for the early phase clinical trials for haematological malignancies. He is originally from Brisbane, and trained predominantly in Melbourne and London and has recently completed a Fellowship at Peter Mac on early phase trial development. He runs a number of early trials exploring the effects of novel agents. He particularly enjoys managing myelodysplasia and the lymphomas.
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Kate Burbury is a consultant haematologist at Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre. She is a Tasmanian graduate and completed her training and fellowship at John Radcliffe Hospital in the UK and Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre Melbourne. She also works at Cabrini Hospital, Malvern, and the Epworth, Richmond. She received her DPhil from Oxford University in 1999. She has a very active research and clinical program with an interest in epigenetics, the haemostatic dysfunction associated with malignancy, myeloproliferative disorders and flow cytometry in MDS – and is part of the European Leukaemia Network.
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Greg Wheeler graduated from the Monash University medical school in 1990 and worked at Monash Medical Centre in the physician training scheme until 1994. In 1995, he commenced Radiation Oncology training at Peter Mac, qualifying in 1999. After Completing a Fellowship at the St Jude Children’s Research Hospital in Memphis, TN, in the United States he returned to Peter Mac in 2002 as a Radiation Oncologist in the Paediatric and Lung Units. He became Chair of the Paediatric and Late Effects clinical service in 2005. He is a Member of the Children’s Oncology Group and the International Paediatric Radiation Oncology Society and is currently involved in the creation of the Late Effects Service at the Royal Children’s Hospital. He is on the COG CNS Tumour Late Effects advisory panel.
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