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Dr Sanjay Mukhedkar
is a Medical Oncologist at St John of God (Murdoch) and ICON Cancer Centre (Rockingham).  He was born and raised in Hyderabad, India.  He graduated from Osmania Medical College, post graduated in General Surgery.  Together with his wife, they migrated to New Zealand in 1995 then relocated to Manhattan, New York, where he completed an MD in Internal Medicine in Columbia University NY.  He started Medical Oncology training in Waikato, New Zealand, and completed this at Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital, Perth.  Sanjay has an interest in the treatment of lung cancer and cancers of the gastrointestinal tract.


Dr. Daphne Tsoi

Associate Professor Daphne Tsoi is a local medical graduate who completed her Medical Oncology training in Western Australia.  She then undertook a two-year Breast Cancer Clinical Research Fellowship at Sunnybrook Odette Cancer Centre (Toronto, Canada), and obtained a Master of Science degree in Clinical Epidemiology at the University of Toronto.  She continues her interest in Breast Cancer research and has a number of publications in peer-reviewed journals.  She was the inaugural director of the Murdoch Oncology Clinical Trials Unit, and is a principal investigator for a number of international trials.  She is an adjunct associate professor at the University of Notre Dame Australia.  She has private practice at St John of God Hospitals at Murdoch and Subiaco.  Besides breast cancer, her other interests include brain tumours, colorectal and lung cancers.


Associate Professor Kynan Feeney graduated from UWA with honours in 1998. He completed a Masters of Public Health and further research in this area prior to his training in Medical Oncology. His main interests include gastrointestinal, breast, melanoma and urological cancers. He is the Head of Department of Oncology at St John of God Hospital Murdoch and also serves on the Medical Advisory Committee. Dr Feeney is a highly active member of the clinical trials unit where he is the principal investigator for clinical trials spanning breast, melanoma, colorectal, lung, bladder, prostate, kidney, gastric, oesophageal and pancreas cancers. He currently has several clinical trials open covering these tumour groups. He is also an adjunct Associate Professor of Medicine at Notre Dame University where he serves as mentor for final year medical students, and an adjunct Associate Professor at Edith Cowan University where he is involved in research looking at the role of exercise in treating certain types of cancer.  

Dr Feeney was recently awarded the prestigious "Doctor of the Year" Award by St John of God Hospital (Murdoch)

Dr Kynan Feeney


Dr Arman Hasani
is a Medical Oncologist working at Joondalup Health Campus.  He graduated from the University of Western Australia and completed his residency at Fremantle Hospital.  After working across the Perth metropolitan area, he completed his Medical Oncology training in 2009, after which he completed a Clinical Research Fellowship at Princess Margaret Hospital in Toronto, Canada, in 2010.  He has publications and an interest in the treatment of lung cancer and mesothelioma, as well general oncology.


Dr Kelvin Siew is a Medical Oncologist at Rockingham General Hospital and Joondalup Health Campus. After graduating from the University of Western Australia in 2003 with honours, he completed his residency at Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital. He worked in the field of Geriatrics for 3 years before returning to complete his Medical Oncology training at Royal Perth Hospital and Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital. Kelvin treats most solid tumours in adults but has an interest in the treatment of breast and gastrointestinal tract cancers. He also has a special interest in cancer symptom management and has obtained a Clinical Diploma in Palliative Medicine from the Royal Australasian College of Physicians. Kelvin enjoys teaching medical students and junior medical staff. He holds a Graduate Certificate in Clinical Education after completing further studies in Clinical Education through Flinders University.

Dr Kelvin Siew


Dr Raj Tota

Dr Raj Tota is a Medical Oncologist working at Fiona Stanley Hospital. He graduated from India and then gained work experience in United Kingdom, New Zealand and Australia. He commenced his Oncology training in New Zealand and gained his fellowship after finishing his training in Perth in 2012. He has a special interest in teaching and training the doctors of the present and future - is actively involved in the development of Royal College of Physicians online resources. He treats patients with various common cancers and has an interest in the management of lung cancer, head and neck cancer urological cancers.


Dr. Ashwini Davray is a palliative medicine physician. She received her MBBS from University of Health Sciences in India. She then completed a three year residency training programme from Columbia University, New York, USA.  She completed her FRACP in Perth and has since worked with UWA coordinating medical student teaching in Palliative Medicine. Dr. Davray currently works at Hollywood Private Hospital where she has a clinic seeing patients with incurable illnesses to help with their symptom control. She believes in being involved in patients' care early on in their disease process to achieve good quality of life and outcomes for the patients.

Dr Ashwini Davray
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