Jane is an experienced Medical Oncologist who completed her specialist training in 1995 after spending time at Prince of Wales and St Vincent’s Hospitals in Sydney. In 1996 Jane was appointed as a Medical Oncologist and General Physician to the Wagga Wagga Base Hospital. In 2002 when the Riverina Cancer Care Centre opened Jane became the foundation and principal Medical Oncologist continuing today with a busy and dedicated practice.
Jane has been practicing as a Medical Oncologist for nearly 20 years and all of this time has been dedicated to patients from the Riverina. She is actively involved in research and is the Principle Investigator or Co-investigator on a number of clinical trials active at the Riverina Cancer Care Centre.
Jane treats all cancers including some forms of blood cancers and lymphomas.
Outside of work Jane enjoys playing the piano and clarinet together with being an active tennis player.
Renuka completed her Medical Oncology training across both St George and Prince of Wales Hospitals in Sydney. Since early 2013 Renuka has been providing a Medical Oncology service at the Riverina Cancer Care Centre with the occasional locum visits to Griffith Oncology.
Renuka provides a unique skill set and experience to the Riverina Cancer Centre with her initial specialist training at Peter MacCullum Cancer Centre, Melbourne in the field on Palliative Care. Her patients have access to knowledge and experience across both specialities and a lovely caring nature.
Her special interests include Lung, Breast, Melanoma and Pancreas malignancies. She has a string interest in Melanoma and is involved with a number of related studies and trials ensuring RCCC patients have access to the latest developments and drugs therapies.
Renuka enjoys many things in life including a good book, cooking, traveling and keeps active with Yoga.
Charlotte graduated in 2004 from the University of New South Wales. She completed her medical oncology training across St George, Prince of Wales and Wollongong hospitals, including clinics at the Riverina Cancer Care Centre. She was awarded her fellowship in Medical Oncology by the Royal Australasian College of Physicians in 2012.
She then completed a 4-year fellowship in London at a dedicated clinical trials facility, Sarah Cannon Research Institute UK. Here, she gained expertise in both phase I and later phase clinical trials across a spectrum of tumour streams and molecular targets, including immunotherapy. She also worked as part of the multidisciplinary team in genitourinary and breast cancers at University College London (UCL) Hospital. At the same time, she completed a clinical and laboratory based MD(res) at the UCL Cancer Institute with the study of biomarker development in endometrial cancer including circulating tumour cells and methylation studies.
She returned to Australia in 2015 and became the inaugural medical director of Scientia Clinical Research, a dedicated clinical trials facility in Sydney, within the Nelune Comprehensive Cancer Centre at Prince of Wales Hospital. She has always enjoyed regional and rural practice and was committed to continuing this with her new role.