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Cancer Genomic Medicine Fellowship Programme


  • 12-month fellowship program
  • Understand the principles of human genetics and human cancer genetics in the clinical care setting
  • Diagnose, manage and counsel patients with genetic disorders and cancer predisposition syndromes
  • Recognise cancer genetic traits in families and in cancer genetic differential diagnoses
  • Identify and perform molecular techniques for genetic analysis and interpretation
  • Be familiar with the utilisation of genomic alterations in selecting targeted therapies for treatment and risk stratification


  • Basic medical degree (MBBS or equivalent)
  • Completed subspecialty training in an oncology related field/ internal medicine/ family medicine

Training Plan

  • Daily clinics with the Cancer Genetics Service
  • Trainees are expected to attend tumor boards as well as weekly case discussions and journal club
  • Participate in clinical conferences where available
  • All trainees are given opportunities for and mentored research training in clinical cancer genomics – clinical research as well as wet bench research opportunities available