Dr Angela Rezo is a radiation oncologist with 20 years of experience who is committed to delivering high quality modern cancer treatment and developing a strong therapeutic relationship with her patients. She is an active member of the breast, brain, and lung cancer multi-disciplinary teams in the ACT, and is a clinical leader for the stereotactic service at the Canberra Hospital. Dr Rezo strives to ensure patients receive individualised treatment recommendations according to the most up-to-date evidence.
Dr Angela Rezo graduated from medical school at the University of NSW in 1995 and trained in radiation oncology at Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre and at the Canberra Hospital, where she completed a Fellowship at the Australian National University (ANU) Medical School. She was awarded fellowship of the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Radiologists (FRANZCR) in 2005.
Dr Rezo has worked at the Canberra Hospital since 2004, where she has taken on numerous leadership positions including Director of Training, Acting Director of Radiation Oncology, Chair of the ACT and South East New South Wales Breast Cancer Treatment Group, Chair of the Neuro-oncology Multi-disciplinary Meeting (MDM), and has played a leading role in improving the quality of cancer care.
Dr Rezo has supervised numerous research projects, is a senior lecturer at the ANU Medical School and has been an examiner for the RANZCR radiation oncology training program. She is committed to life-long learning and attends regular conferences and workshops to keep up to date with the latest in cancer treatment. Dr Rezo is also the Principal Investigator and active recruiter to several clinical trials in breast and lung cancer.