Dr. Yen Tran – Medical Oncologist
Dr. Yen Tran is caring and compassionate about her work as a Medical Oncologist and aims to deliver a comprehensive approach to patient care in a team environment.
Dr. Tran graduated from the University of Melbourne medical school and is a Fellow of the Australasian College of Physicians. She trained at the Royal Melbourne Hospital and Austin Health before completing a formal clinical research fellowship at Austin Health. Dr. Tran is a consultant Medical Oncologist at the Epworth Hospital Richmond and Melbourne Breast Unit in East Melbourne.
Dr. Tran is a lecturer at the University of Melbourne as well as being enthusiastic about and devoted to providing ongoing medical education and training for medical students and other doctors. Dr Tran is an investigator for a number of local studies and is involved in the development and conduct of clinical trials.
Dr. Tran is a member of the Medical Oncology Group of Australia, American Society of Oncology and ANZ Breast Cancer Group.
Dr. Tran consults at the Melbourne Breast Unit on Tuesday mornings and always has available appointments for new patients. To make an appointment for a first consultation or for any further information please call the unit on 03 9419 1166.
Dr. Andrew See – Radiation Oncologist
Dr. Andrew See is a local medical graduate who, after obtaining his Radiation Oncology qualifications in 2000, gained further experience at the Fox Chase Cancer centre in Philadelphia.
During his training, he developed (sub-discipline) expertise in the management of breast and genitourinary malignancies and was also involved with a number of research initiatives that have led to publications.
Since 2005 Dr. See has bridged both a private/public, metropolitan/provincial environment running a busy private practice though the Epworth group, in addition to holding a senior role at the Ballarat Austin Radiation Oncology Centre (BAROC) at St John of God private hospital in Ballarat.
In January of 2013, Dr. See was appointed as the director of clinical radiation research at the Epworth Hospital and is currently involved in the implementation of advanced radiation technologies. He has a commitment to ensure that each patient’s journey occurs in a seamless, well-informed, caring and supported environment.
Dr. Andrew See has also recently had an article published in The Age regarding his research with breathing techniques and radiation treatment.
Dr. See consults at the Melbourne Breast Unit every Monday morning and always has available appointments for new patients. To make an appointment for a first consultation or for any further information please call the unit on 03 9419 1166 or visit his website.
Dr. Bronwyn King – Radiation Oncologist
Dr. Bronwyn King trained extensively in all aspects of radiation oncology at two internationally renowned cancer centres and is passionate about providing her patients with an exceptional standard of care. When consulting, Bronwyn emphasises thorough assessment and follow-up and clear communication with patients, relatives, and medical colleagues. Bronwyn is the Director of Training for Radiation Oncology at the Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre. Since completing her specialise training in 2008, Bronwyn has worked in a variety of settings.
Dr. King consults at the Melbourne Breast Unit weekly. To make an appointment for a first consultation or for any further information please call the unit on 03 9419 1166.
Dr. Richard de Boer – Medical Oncologist
Dr. Richard de Boer completed his basic medical and oncology training at the Royal Melbourne Hospital and then in 1997 undertook a 3-year breast and lung cancer clinical research fellowship at the Royal Marsden Hospital in London, working with Professor Ian Smith.
He returned to Melbourne in 2000. Since then has been a consultant medical oncologist working in both public and private practice. His primary breast cancer interests focus on endocrine therapy and mechanisms of resistance, treatment-induced bone loss and bone metastases, and biological predictors of response/survival. He is actively involved in clinical research and is the principal investigator in many local and international studies.
He is a member of the Australian New Zealand Breast Cancer Trials Group, and until recently was the head of the Breast Trials Group of Cancer Trials Australia. He has authored articles appearing in journals such as the Journal of Clinical Oncology, Annals of Oncology, The Breast and British Journal of Cancer.
For additional information on locations where Dr. de Boer consults please call our rooms on 03 9419 1166.