Dr Michael Huo is committed to ensuring his patients receive exceptional, evidence-based cancer care.
Dr Michael Huo is a radiation oncologist at Icon Cancer Centre Greenslopes and Icon Cancer Centre Redland. Raised in Brisbane, he completed his Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS) at the University of Queensland (UQ) in 2010. He subsequently commenced specialist radiation oncology training in Cairns, Toowoomba and Brisbane. Dr Huo completed a 12-month clinical fellowship at the world-renowned Princess Margaret Hospital in Toronto, Canada where he gained extensive experience in stereotactic radiosurgery and palliative radiation therapy. In 2019 he became the inaugural Gamma Knife Fellow at the Princess Alexandra Hospital before his appointment as a Radiation Oncology Staff Specialist in 2020.
Dr Huo is actively involved in medical education and research. He is the local principal investigator for an intracranial stereotactic radiosurgery study and has contributed a number of textbook chapters and peer-reviewed publications. Dr Huo has presented at national and international conferences and is also an examiner and senior lecturer at the UQ School of Medicine. He actively engages in medical education and mentorship with the Queensland Radiation Oncology Training Network and UQ medical students.
His clinical experience covers a range of malignancies with a special interest in brain metastases, benign intracranial tumours and conditions, genitourinary cancers and palliative radiation therapy. Dr Huo can converse in both English and Mandarin, and looks forward to working with patients in their language. 霍医生可以用英语和普通话和您交谈，并期待用您和您的家人所熟悉的语言为你们提供医疗服务。