Dr Chris Wratten
(B. Medical Science, MBBS, Senior Staff Specialist, Conjoint Senior Lecturer, Radiation Oncology)

DepartmentRadiation Oncology / Physics
Research AreasDiagnostics / Screening, Therapy and Treatment
Research TopicsBreast Cancer, Prostate Cancer, Head and Neck Cancer, Leukaemia/Lymphoma/Multiple Myeloma, Side Effects / Adverse Reactions / Poisoning
Research TypesClinical Trials, Laboratory Research, Survey / Observational Research, Dissemination / Implementation

Dr Chris Wratten (FRANZCR) has been conducting cancer research in the Radiation Oncology Department at Calvary Mater Newcastle since 1999. His main research and clinical interests are in cancers located in the head and neck, prostate and skin. Dr Wratten has successfully procured competitive funding, been active in many scientific committees, and on the board of directors of a variety of organisations such as CanTeen and TROG (including executive positions). He is currently a Senior Staff Specialist in Radiation Oncology at Calvary Mater Newcastle.

Dr Wratten holds a Conjoint Senior Lecturer appointment in the School of Medicine and Public Health at the University of Newcastle.

More information about Dr Wratten's academic achievements can be found here:

http://www.newcastle.edu.au/profile/christopher-wratten

Publications

For a list of Dr Wratten's publications, please click here

 

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