Dr Venessa Chin
Dr Venessa Chin is a medical oncologist working at The Kinghorn Cancer Centre in the fields of lung and head and neck cancer. She worked with the Personalised Cancer Therapeutics group during her PhD, which looked at using genomics to inform therapeutic discoveries in pancreas cancer. Her work included a meta-analysis, in vitro and in vivo analysis of rationally selected drug targets, and analysis of metastasis formation in real time. She is now part of the Cancer Developmental Biology group, where she is the lung cancer research fellow. Here she is working on the genomic events which drive primary and metastasis formation in non small cell and small cell lung cancer.
- 2011RACP - Research entry scholarship
- 2013NHMRC full PhD scholarship
- 2013Pancare full PhD scholarship
- 2013Sydney Catalyst full PhD scholarship
- 2014Best young oncologist oral presentation
- 2023Journal of cancer survivorship : research and practice10.1007/s11764-023-01417-x
Application of a revised model for coping with advanced cancer to qualitatively explore lung cancer survivors' experiences of ongoing physical effects, novel treatments, uncertainty, and coping.
- 2023Nature reviews. Genetics10.1038/s41576-023-00613-w
Transitioning single-cell genomics into the clinic.
- 2023Respirology (Carlton, Vic.)10.1111/resp.14464
Air pollution and lung cancer-A new era.
- 2022Cancer treatment and research communications10.1016/j.ctarc.2022.100576
Activin-A, Growth Differentiation Factor-11 and Transforming Growth Factor-β as predictive biomarkers for platinum chemotherapy in advanced non-small cell lung cancer.
- 2022The journal of pathology. Clinical research10.1002/cjp2.269
High cyclin E1 protein, but not gene amplification, is prognostic for basal-like breast cancer.