Associate Professor Colin Tang is a radiation oncologist and Adjunct Associate Professor at ECU’s Exercise Medicine Research Institute.
Clinical Associate Professor, Dr Colin Tang – MBBS, FRANZCR – is a senior radiation oncologist at Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital, the largest public metropolitan hospital in Western Australia. Dr Tang works across most malignancies, though has a high case load and research output in prostate and bladder cancer. He is also the lead radiation oncologist of the Head and Neck Cancer multidisciplinary team and has a high case-load of Head and Neck cancer patients. Dr Tang’s research and clinical practice include genitourinary cancers (focusing on prostate and bladder cancers), gastrointestinal cancers, head and neck cancers, and Cyber Knife.
Prior to his appointment at Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital, Dr Tang was a consultant radiation oncologist at Calvary Mater Hospital in New South Wales after completing his fellowship in Toronto, Canada. In recognition of his commitment to clinical research, particularly in Head and Neck Cancers and Prostate Cancer, he has received >$2.2 million AUD in competitive funding; >15 research grants, >25 refereed journal articles; and 1 book chapter in medical and clinical journals both nationally and internationally.
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