A quick look back at the best of The Oncology Journal Club in 2020!
To mark the end of a challenging year, Eva, Hans and Craig reflect on practice changing papers, their favourite interviews and highlight the quirkiest papers we’ve covered on the podcast in 2020. There’s also a reel of the funniest moments (Jeremy Shapiro Mankini? Baby Shark! What’s a Manel?)
We hope you enjoy this short 20 minute podcast to carry you through to 2021 with a few laughs.
And we will all be back in 2021 with the usual top quality banter, papers you won’t hear anywhere else and expert analysis from our Hosts. Happy New Year!
With Thanks To…
- Our Listeners – each and every one of you, thank you!
- Our Hosts who commit so much time to creating this resource, independently and without compensation – Eva Segelov, Craig Underhill and Hans Prenen
- Our National Contributors including:
- Michael Hofman
- Dorothy Keefe
- Fran Boyle
- Christopher Steer
- Sabe Sabesan
- Rob Zielinski
- Gail Garvey
- Steve Nicholls
- Grant McArthur
- Ben Solomon
- Raina McIntyre
- Amelia McCartney
- Our International Contributors including:
- Lizzy Smythe
- Natasha Leighl
- Phillippe Aftimos
- Maria Bourlon
- Diana Sarfati
- Chris Jackson
- Fotios Loupakis
- David Fajgenbaum
- Giovanni Maglia
- Peter Vuylsteke
- Deepa Joseph
- Mark Lewis
- Derek Raghavan
- Rachel Riechelmann
- Steven Vogl
We wish you all a very happy, healthy start to the New Year!
About The Oncology Journal Club:
We have taken an old concept and updated it with a new format. In each episode a team of expert contributors will review topical journal papers and interview special guests who are leaders in their fields to help keep you informed of the latest developments on the go.
With The Oncology Podcast – and The Oncology Journal Club in particular – we are aiming to deliver oncology news differently,” Rachael Babin, Editor-in-Chief, Oncology News.
The Oncology Journal Club is hosted by Professor Eva Segelov, from Monash University. Eva is joined by Dr Craig Underhill from Albury-Wodonga and Professor Hans Prenen from Antwerp, Belgium. We hope you enjoy listening and find this a valuable and entertaining resource.
This Week’s Team:
Professor Eva Segelov
Professor Eva Segelov is a Medical Oncologist and is Director of Oncology at Monash University and Monash Health, Melbourne, Victoria, previously Senior Medical Oncologist at St Vincent’s Hospital, St Vincent’s Private Hospital and St Vincent’s Clinic and Associate Professor of Medicine, University of New South Wales.
Eva has an interest in academic clinical trials in GI and breast cancer and has been a member of the AGITG since 2003. She has clinical trials expertise, links with national and international trials groups, and extensive experience with adult medical education.
Professor Hans Prenen
Professor Hans Prenen is a medical oncologist and head of the phase 1 – early clinical trials unit at the Antwerp University Hospital in Belgium. He is a member of several scientific organisations, published many scientific oncology papers in prestigious journals and is regularly invited for lectures at national and international meetings. His interests are clinical trials and translational research with a focus on digestive oncology.
Dr Craig Underhill
Dr Craig Underhill completed his Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery in 1987 at Melbourne University. He completed medical oncology training in Melbourne and worked as the Senior Clinical Research Registrar at Guy’s Hospital, London.
In 1998 arrived in Albury-Wodonga and established a medical oncology practice and clinical trials unit which has developed expertise and infrastructure to ensure the initiation of high quality trials. The research Unit lead by Dr Underhill has twice been awarded NSW Premier’s Award for Innovation in Cancer Clinical Trials, the inaugural award in 2009 and then again in 2012.
Dr Underhill chaired a working party that was instrumental in securing $65 million in federal funding for The Albury Wodonga Regional Cancer Centre which opened in September 2016.
Dr Underhill is the VCCC Regional Oncology Lead and advocates for the increased access to clinical trials for regional Victorians and leads the VCCC teletrials program.
Rachael Babin is Editor-in-Chief of The Oncology Newsletter and Publisher of www.oncologynews.com.au. For regular oncology updates for healthcare professionals, please subscribe to The Oncology Newsletter.
With thanks to Eva Segelov, Craig Underhill, Hans Prenen and Graham Knowles.