Oncologist and Senior Lecturer, University of Newcastle

Cancer treatments work for many patients but fail others. This frustrating conundrum drives Dr Craig Gedye to work both at the bench and the bedside. Dr Gedye joined the Department of Medical Oncology at Calvary Mater Newcastle, and the School of Biomedical Sciences and Pharmacy at the University of Newcastle in 2014 where he is continuing his research into cancer complexity and heterogeneity at the Hunter Medical Research Institute. He is particularly interested in kidney, prostate and brain cancer, looking at how these cancers change their form and function to evade treatments.

Experience

  • –present
    Oncologist and Senior Lecturer, University of Newcastle