Monash Health Oncology Research Unit was established in 1999 and has a long history of conducting clinical trials to a high standard. It is one of the largest clinical trials units in Melbourne and has an active and exciting trials programme enabling Monash Health patients to benefit from early access to the world’s newest medications, treatments, and therapies. All phases of clinical trials are being conducted, from First in man Phase 1 trials, Phase II, Phase III and Phase IV studies. In addition, many studies have a strong translational component with correlative laboratory studies on biopsy and surgical specimens, to allow maximal understanding of cancer and how it is affected by new treatments.
To be referred a clinical trial, a patient’s GP or specialist needs to email a referral form to email@example.com with a subject line stating the trial to which referral is being made, or the condition if no specific trial is known. The Lead Investigator for the trial will then be in touch with the patient directly to assess their eligibility and make a face-to-face appointment in our dedicated Clinical Trials Clinics in MHTP building at Monash Medical Centre, Clayton.