Associate Professor Craig Gedye

Dr Craig GedyeCraig Gedye is a medical oncologist and cancer researcher. He works for people with melanoma, brain, prostate, bladder and kidney cancers at the Calvary Mater Newcastle and is the Clinical Research Director at the NSW Health Statewide Biobank.

His research in the School of Medicine and Public Health at the University of Newcastle/Hunter Medical Research Institute focuses on complexity and heterogeneity in cancer – why are cancers different between different people; why are cancers cells different to each other; what does this mean for each person’s treatment?

Craig is leading several national cancer clinical trials for the ANZUP and COGNO trials groups, and is a member of the Mark Hughes Scientific Advisory Committee, HNEHLD Clinical Trials Ethics Subcommittee and ANZUP Cancer Trials Scientific Advisory Committee.

Listen to The Thing About Advanced Cancer host Julie McCrossin interview Craig in our What Does Advanced Cancer Mean? and Treatment Options For Advanced Cancer podcast episodes.