Dr Grace Chazan joined the Cancer Health Services Research unit as a Research Fellow in March 2020.
Grace is a medical doctor currently completing her specialist training in medical oncology at the Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre. Prior to this, Grace has undertaken the majority of her medical training at St Vincent’s Hospital in Melbourne, after graduating from medical school in 2012.
Grace has a background in immunology after completing a Bachelor of Science with majors in immunology at the University of Melbourne in 2008.
Grace is currently undertaking a Masters degree (by research) under the co-supervision of Prof Maarten IJzerman and Prof Ben Solomon. Her research is focusing on real world outcomes for cancer patients, utilising local, national and international datasets. Grace is currently working on project to investigate the impact of COVID-19 on cancer service delivery in Australia.
When she is not working, Grace enjoys long distance running, camping, hiking and spending time outdoors with friends and family. Grace is frequently referred to as a ‘crazy dog lady’ due to her absolute inability to walk past a dog without stopping for pats and a cuddle.