MBChB, MSc (Clin. Pharm), MD, MRCP (UK), FRACP
Consultant Medical Oncologist
Associate Professor of Medicine, University of Queensland
Dr Vasey was born in Newcastle, UK and qualified MBChB in Scotland in 1988. He completed general internal medicine training in 1991, and was the Cancer Research UK Clinical Research Fellow and Clinical Lecturer in the Department of Oncology, University of Glasgow, Scotland from 1992-1996. During this time of clinical and laboratory research he obtained MSc in Clinical Pharmacology (1994) in addition to MD (1996) with the thesis entitled ‘InVitro Studies of Cisplatin-resistant Human Ovarian Carcinoma Cells’.
From 1996-2003 Dr Vasey was the Cancer Research UK Senior Lecturer in Medical Oncology and Honorary Consultant in Medical Oncology at the prestigious Beatson Oncology Centre in Glasgow, Scotland. In 2003 he was promoted to Reader at the University of Glasgow. From 2001-2004 he was the Director of the West of Scotland Clinical Trials Unit (CTU) and in 2002, under Dr Vasey’s leadership, this Unit was awarded Cancer Research UK’s highest award, Alpha*.
In June 2004 Dr Vasey moved to Australia into the position of Staff Specialist at the Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital, Brisbane, Australia. Dr Vasey became a Fellow of the Royal Australasian College of Physicians (F.R.A.C.P.) in March 2005, and holds an appointment with the University of Queensland as Associate Professor, and is an Honorary Associate of the University of Sydney.
Dr Vasey has particular clinical interests in Gynaecologic and Genitourinary cancers, having been the Chairman of the Scottish Gynecologic Cancer Trials Group and an executive board member on a number of UK national genitourinary cancer trials national steering groups. He is widely published, and more details can be found on his personal webpage, www.paulvasey.com.au.
Dr Vasey is an accredited Medical Oncologist at the Wesley and Mater Private Hospitals in Brisbane, attends St Andrews and St Vincent’s Private Hospitals in Toowoomba, and consults regularly in Ipswich. He joined HOCA in 2006 and is currently the Chairman of the HOCA Research Centre Committee.
Professional membership/affiliations include:
- American Society of Clinical Oncology ASCO
- Gynecologic Cancer InterGroup GCIG
- Australia-New Zealand Gynecologic Oncology Group ANZGOG
- Australia-New Zealand Breast Cancer Trials Group ANZBCTG
- Australian Prostate and Urology Group APUG
- Medical Oncology Group of Australia MOGA
- Australian Association of Consultant Physicians AACP
- Australian Medical Association AMA