Associate Professor Rachel Conyers
Associate Professor Rachel Conyers is a paediatric, adolescent and young adult malignant haematologist/oncologist. Rachel completed her medical degree at Monash University in 2003. Completing fellowships in Paediatric Oncology at The Royal Children’s Hospital (Melbourne), Bone Marrow Transplantation (Great Ormond Street Hospital, London) and Adolescent Young Adult Sarcoma (University College Hospital, London).
Returning to Australia in 2010, Rachel began an Adult and Adolescent fellowship in Haematology at Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre whilst completing her PhD in sarcoma pharmacogenomics and genetics. In 2016 she was awarded a Clinician Scientist Fellowship at Murdoch Children’s Research Institute (2016-2019). This research fellowship will allow her to continue her research into the genetic predisposition to chemotherapy side effects (mainly anthracycline cardiomyopathy).
In 2016 Rachel also co-founded Treat Unique, an Adolescent and Young Adult Oncology and Haematology service in the private sector. Currently Rachel works as a Bone Marrow Transplant Physician at The Royal Children’s Hospital and in Adult and Young Adult Haematology at the Victorian Comprehensive Cancer Centre, Parkville.