Dr Amy (Hsin-Chieh) Hsieh completed her medical degree at the University of Adelaide and subsequently commenced physician training at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital. She undertook specialist medical oncology training in South Australia, rotating through all major tertiary centres in addition to a stint at the Royal Darwin Hospital. Upon receiving her medical oncology qualifications, she embarked on a clinical research fellowship at the Royal Adelaide Hospital obtaining significant experience in oncology trials specifically involving immunotherapy; focusing on melanoma and lung cancer. Dr Hsieh has worked towards establishing her research portfolio and continues to collaborate with researchers and scientists at the Royal Francis Parnis undertook his medical training at the University of Adelaide and graduated in 1985. He has practiced as a Medical Oncologist at the Queen Elizabeth, Flinders Medical Centre, Royal Adelaide, Queen Mary’s Hospital Kent and Guys Hospital London.
Languages spoken: English and Mandarin