The VCCC is committed to supporting the continual professional development of the cancer care workforce across the alliance. Strong education and training programs are vital for the rapid introduction and uptake of evidence and best practice into care, and to provide a workforce skilled in the generation, interpretation and application of new knowledge.
The Masters of Cancer Sciences is a landmark collaborative initiative between the VCCC and the University of Melbourne. It will be the first cancer specific, multidisciplinary and wholly online Master’s program offered in Australia.
Production of the first subject - Foundations of Cancer - will begin in April 2018, guided by the newly appointed expert working party.
Congratulations and thanks to new working party members and the current leadership team:
Kylie Mason, Consultant Hematologist, RMH
Malcolm McConville, Group Leader UoM Bio21
Kate Sutherland, Lab Head - Division: Stem Cells and Cancer, WEHI
Robin Anderson, Lab Head ONJCRI
Paul Beavis and Sathana Dushyanthen, Senior Postdoc PMCC
Ian Majewski, Lab Head - Cancer and Haematology, WEHI
Keely Bumsted-O’Brien, Science Education Manager, WEHI
Martin Pal, Postdoctoral Fellow, Molecular Genetics of Cancer Division, WEHI
Benjamin Blyth, Postdoc, Radiation Oncology Group, PMCC
Charbel Darido, Group Leader, Head & Neck Cancer Signaling Laboratory, PMCC
Seong Lin Khaw, Paediatric Oncologist, RCH, Honorary Researcher, WEHI, Cell Biology, MCRI
Joep Vissers, Subject Development Coordinator – Foundations of Cancer, PMCC
Grant McArthur, Course Development Coordinator, VCCC
David Kok, Course Development Coordinator, VCCC