COSA's 45th Annual Scientific Meeting, 13 - 15 November 2018 Perth Convention and Exhibition Centre

A/Prof Colin Tang

A/Prof Colin Tang is a Radiation Oncologist at Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital and 5D Clinics Cyberknife Perth, with subspecialty interests in stereotactic radiation for liver, pancreas and other intracranial and extracranial sites. He received his Radiation Oncology specialist qualification in 2005 after training at Royal Perth Hospital in Western Australia and Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital in Queensland. Colin underwent further specialist fellowship at the Odette Cancer Centre, affiliated with the University of Toronto, Canada, specifically focusing on prostate cancer and stereotactic radiotherapy. He was a consultant at Calvary Mater Newcastle in New South Wales from 2008 prior to taking up a consultant position at Perth’s Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital from 2013. Colin was involved in the implementation of the first CyberKnife in Australia in 2014 and is one of the lead consultants providing this service to patients. An active member of upper and lower gastrointestinal multidisciplinary teams, he is currently an investigator on several randomised trials, and on the Quality Assurance Committees for Trans-Tasman Radiation Oncology Group (TROG) trials. Colin has numerous peer-reviewed publications.