Professor Michael P. Brown, MBBS PhD FRACP FRCPA
- Director, Cancer Clinical Trials Unit, Royal Adelaide Hospital Cancer Centre
- Head, Translational Oncology Laboratory, Centre for Cancer Biology
Prof. Brown is Director of the Cancer Clinical Trials Unit at Royal Adelaide Hospital (RAH), Adelaide Australia, and Professor of Medical Oncology, University of Adelaide. His tumour subspecialty interests are in melanoma and lung cancer. He chairs the fortnightly RAH melanoma multidisciplinary meeting. His major research interests are in preclinical and clinical development of chimeric antigen receptor technology and therapeutic arming and targeting of monoclonal antibodies. He trained originally as a dual-diploma clinical and laboratory immunologist before becoming a consultant medical oncologist at the Royal Adelaide Hospital Cancer Centre in 1998. His PhD was in gene therapy and cancer immunotherapy. His laboratory is situated in the Centre for Cancer Biology, SA Pathology and University of South Australia.
Location: Royal Adelaide Hospital, Centre for Cancer Biology
Specialties: medical oncology, immuno-oncology