Associate Professor Kate Burbury
Consultant Haematologist and Deputy Chief Medical Officer
Associate Professor Kate Burbury is a consultant haematologist and Deputy Chief Medical Officer at the Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre. She is the lead clinician for MPN/CML, as well as the haemostasis/ thrombosis service and peri-procedural optimisation, including prehabilitation, for all of our patients at PMac. Kate is also the clinical and content lead for Digital health and the strategy for building our regional partnerships around Victoria and interstate.
Kate completed her training at Royal Hobart Hospital in Tasmania, John Radcliffe in Oxford (inc DPhil at Oxford University as a Rhodes Scholar) and PeterMac.
Kate has an active translational research and clinical trial portfolio in MPN/CML, as well as haemostatic/endothelial dysfunction associated with malignancy. She is actively involved in the development of expert guidelines and governance structures both for the institution as well national and international expert groups.
Kate has published numerous peer-reviewed manuscripts, as well as being a member of the editorial board and an invited reviewer for numerous journals. She has an extensive list of presented abstracts, as well as an invited expert speaker at national and international scientific meetings.