Dr Arthur Clements graduated with BSc (Med) MBBS from the University of New South Wales in 2001 and underwent postgraduate training including medical oncology specialist training at the 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 and in 2011 was appointed as a Senior Lecturer in Medical Oncology, Medical Oncologist with the Westmead and Nepean Hospitals and a Research Group Leader at the Westmead Institute for Cancer Research spearheading the organisation and coordination of numerous Phase I to III trials incorporating multiple BRAF and MEK inhibitor targeted agents in addition to the newer immunotherapy drugs (Ipilimumab and anti PD-1 antibodies) in the treatment of metastatic melanoma over the last 5 years. This role has included the teaching and supervision of medical students, basic and advanced physician trainees as well as medical oncology clinical trial fellows.
Arthur has also been a Visiting Medical Oncologist at the Norwest Private Hospital since 2011 with a focus on general oncology and was involved with setting up and running of clinical trials.
Dr Clements is an active member of AMA, MOGA and ASCO.
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Dr Clements has authored a number of international peer-reviewed publications and review articles. His particular areas of expertise and research interests focus on the treatment of melanoma, gastrointestinal and lung malignancies.