Belinda Campbell has been appointed to the position of Honorary Clinical Associate Professor in the Sir Peter MacCallum Department of Oncology at the University of Melbourne.
Associate Professor Belinda Campbell is a Senior Radiation Oncologist, and Deputy Director of Radiation Oncology at the Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre.
Belinda first joined Peter Mac in 2002, undertaking specialty training in Radiation Oncology as a registrar.
In 2006, she relocated to Canada to undertake a Clinical Research Fellowship at the BC Cancer Agency in Vancouver, where she was subsequently employed as a Consultant Radiation Oncologist from 2007 to 2009.
Belinda returned to Peter Mac in late 2009 to take up a position as Senior Radiation Oncologist, and studied concurrently to graduate with a Master of Medicine (Research) with first class honours in 2012. Belinda was appointed to her current role as Deputy Director of Radiation Oncology in 2020.
With over 10 years of experience working on Editorial Boards, Belinda was promoted to the position of Deputy Editor for the Journal of Medical Imaging and Radiation Oncology (JMIRO) in 2019, and, in 2020, she became the first Australian to be appointed to the role of Senior Editor for the International Journal of Radiation Oncology, Biology, Physics (colloquially known as the Red Journal).
Belinda’s primary research interests include the radiotherapeutic management of blood cancers (including cutaneous lymphomas), and optimising the clinical care of long-term survivors of malignancy.
Belinda’s scientific output continues to grow with 47 scholarly publications in peer-reviewed international journals to date, of which 30 were published in the last five years. In recognition of her expertise, she is a regular invited speaker in national and international forums, and has authored two book chapters.
Belinda continues to represent and promote the specialty of radiation oncology, serving on several national committees and working groups as the sole radiation oncologist.