DR ARTHUR CLEMENTS
BSc (Med) MBBS FRACP
Dr Arthur Clements graduated with BSc (Med) MBBS from the University of New South Wales in 2001 and underwent post-graduate training including Medical Oncology specialist training at Westmead, Nepean and Blacktown hospitals, obtaining FRACP specialist fellowship in 2010.
Since then, Arthur has been a University Research Academic and Clinical Trials Fellow with the University of Sydney. In 2011 he was appointed as a Senior Lecturer in Medical Oncology and Medical Oncologist with Westmead and Nepean Hospitals and a Research Group Leader at the Westmead Institute for Cancer Research. This role has included the teaching and supervision of medical students, basic and advanced physician trainees as well as medical oncology clinical trial fellows.
Dr Clements was instrumental in the organisation and coordination of numerous Phase I to III trials incorporating the BRAF and MEK inhibitor targeted therapies in addition to the newer immunotherapy agents (CTLA-4 and PD-1 inhibitors) which have in the last few years been revolutionary in the treatment of metastatic melanoma.
Dr Clements has authored a number of international peer-reviewed publications and review articles.
Dr Clements has been consulting at Sydney Adventist Hospital since 2014 predominantly involved with outpatient and inpatient care of patients with melanoma and sarcoma.
Arthur also consults at Norwest Private Hospital with a focus on general oncology and was involved with the running of their clinical trials unit. He is also a visiting Medical Oncologist at Westmead Private Hospital and the Hospital for Specialist Surgery.
Dr Clements is an active member of the AMA, MOGA and ESMO.
- Treatment of Melanoma
- Gastrointestinal Malignancy
- Lung Malignancy
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