Dr Evangeline Samuel is a medical oncologist trained in treating all solid tumours with a special interest in lung, breast cancers, and gastrointestinal cancers. She completed her basic physician and medical oncology training in Melbourne Australia. Throughout her training period, she has had the opportunity to train in many prestigious institutions such as the Peter MacCallum Cancer Institute, Alfred Health, and Monash Health. At the Peter MacCallum Cancer Institute, she has also completed a year as the gynaecological and cancer of unknown primary research fellow.
She is currently pursuing her Ph.D. in lung cancer research at Monash University. Her research has been published in a number of peer-reviewed, high-impact factor journals and she has also had the opportunity to present her work at several national and international conferences. Her current public appointments are at Alfred Health and Latrobe Regional Hospital where she leads the thoracic tumour stream and the lung multidisciplinary meeting.
- MBBS , FRACP