A/Prof David Kok is a Radiation Oncologist and Medical Educator dually employed by the Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre and The University of Melbourne.
He holds numerous senior roles, including being Peter Mac's Associate Director of Radiation Oncology (Education) and Director of Peter Mac's Moorabbin campus.
Clinically, he treats all tumour subtypes but has a particular interest in skin, urological and neurological malignancies. He has expertise in the use of Stereotactic Radiosurgery, VMAT and Intensity Modulated radiotherapy to achieve the best possible outcomes for his patients.
David is also an award-winning medical educator. He is the inaugural Course Convenor of the University of Melbourne's Master of Cancer Science Degree - a program delivered jointly by the University of Melbourne and the Victorian Comprehensive Cancer Centre. Delivered online using a variety of innovative methods including interactive case scenarios, fully animated videos and virtual reality simulations, it has been recognised as a sector-leading degree with numerous international accolades and is one of the University's fastest growing degrees. He chairs the VCCC's Digital Oncology Learning Hub, has led the design of two short courses and three microcertifications for the University, and sits on a range of national and international educational committees.
David is involved in a number of research collaborations. This includes leading a translational research program exploring the genomic profiles of metastatic brain cancers to improve personalised treatment options for patients. He has published and lectured widely relating to cancer management and best practice in postgraduate medical education.