In 2002, Dr Jeffrey Goh moved to Brisbane from Adelaide after accepting the position of haematology and oncology registrar at Greenslopes Private Hospital. He subsequently worked as a laboratory and clinical haematology registrar in 2003 at the Princess Alexandra Hospital. Dr Goh successfully completed internal medicine examinations in 2004 and subsequently completed three years of advanced training in medical oncology in Brisbane obtaining his FRACP in 2007. He represented the Queensland Medical Oncology Advanced Trainees within the Medical Oncology Group of Australia (MOGA) in 2007.
He was appointed staff medical oncologist at Royal Brisbane & Women’s Hospital (RBWH) in December 2008; the position also provides oncology services to the Prince Charles Hospital (TPCH). From July 2008, he commenced sessional private practice as a visiting medical officer at Greenslopes Private Hospital.
Dr Goh has also been actively involved in clinical trials including his role as principal investigator (PI) in a number of phase I, II and III gynaecological oncology, neuro-oncology, pulmonary and urological malignancy trials at RBWH, TPCH and GPH. He is also a co-investigator in numerous other multi-centre clinical trials in oncology. Dr Goh continues to maintain an active interest in clinical research. He is a board member and chair of the QA Committee of the Australia & New Zealand Gynaecological Oncology Group (ANZGOG). He is also a member of ANZUP, ALTG and ASCO.
Apart from being a clinician, Dr Jeffrey Goh has an ongoing commitment to the teaching and development of medical students in his position as senior lecturer, Faculty of Medicine, University of Queensland. Dr Goh is also fluent in three languages and two Chinese dialects. Dr Goh has particular interest in gynaecologic, pulmonary, colorectal and urological malignancies.