Dr Kirsty Wiltshire is a Radiation Oncologist at the Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre, where she is involved in the management of paediatric cancers and long term/late effects follow up.
Dr Wiltshire completed her medical and specialty training in Queensland before undertaking a 2 year Radiation Oncology Fellowship at the Princess Margaret Hospital, Toronto, Canada. On returning to Australia Dr Wiltshire worked at The Royal North Shore Hospital, Sydney, before moving to Melbourne and joining The Division of Radiation Oncology, Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre in 2008. Dr Wiltshire was initially based at our Moorabbin campus, sub-specialising in Uro-genital cancers. She joined the Paediatric Radiation Oncology and Late Effects Service in 2017.
Dr Wiltshire has been actively involved in clinical research, her main focus being radiotherapy quality assurance in clinical trials.
Eleketa Prize, RANZCR 59th Annual Scientific Meeting 2009
Challenges to the Delivery of High Quality Radiotherapy in a Prospective Clinical Trial – RAVES (Radiotherapy Adjuvant Versus Early Salvage).
K.L. Wiltshire, C. Sproston, A. Thompson, D. Willis, A. Haworth, A. Kneebone, S. Williams, M. Pearse.
Fifth Annual ACURA Prostate Cancer Research Award.
A pilot study to develop a technique for external beam radiotherapy after radical prostatectomy based on MRI-delineation of the clinical target volume.
K. Wiltshire (P.I.) Co-applicants: C. Ménard, P. Warde, C. Catton, M. Gospodarowicz, M. Haider, A. Toi, H. Alasti, K. Brock, T. Rosewall, A. Kirilova.