Dr Johnathon Wake
BSc (UNSW), MBBS (Sydney), FRANZCR, Radiation Oncologist
I am excited to be a part of the incredible Genesis Care Victoria team in Albury-Wodonga and Shepparton, where our collective mission is always to provide evidence based, patient-centred, compassionate care
Special clinical interest in breast cancer, genitourinary cancer, lung cancer and sarcoma.
Dr Johnathon Wake is a consultant radiation oncologist at GenesisCare in Albury-Wodonga and Shepparton. Dr Wake treats a broad range of malignancies and enjoys working together with other specialists to obtain the best possible outcomes for his patients.
Dr Wake completed his Bachelor of Science majoring in biochemistry at the University of New South Wales in 2008, followed by a postgraduate medical degree from the University of Sydney in 2012. He subsequently undertook specialty Radiation Oncology training in Westmead, Blacktown and Nepean Hospitals in Sydney, with rotations to the Chris O’Brien Lifehouse and Port Macquarie Hospitals, becoming a Fellow of the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Radiologists in 2022. Throughout his training and in his current specialist role, Dr Wake has been active in teaching medical students.
Having grown up in rural NSW, including living in Albury-Wodonga, Dr Wake is passionate about providing excellence in cancer care in the regional setting.
Research interests include: breast cancer, lung cancer, sarcoma and medical education.
- J R Wake, F Q Chen, S Ashworth, K Byth, W Wang, K E Stuart: Verification using in vivo optically stimulated luminescent dosimetry of the predicted skin surface dose in patients receiving postmastectomy radiotherapy (2021). Medical Dosimetry, 46 (2) e1-6.
- E A Connolly, V A Bhadri, J R Wake, K M Ingley, J Lewin, S Bae, D D Wong, A P Long, D Pryor, S R Thompson, M C Strach, P S Grimison, A Mahar, F Bonar, F Maclean, A Hong: Systemic treatments and outcomes in CIC-rearranged Sarcoma: A national multi-centre clinicopathological series and literature review (2022) Cancer Medicine Online ahead of print, DOI: 10.1002/cam4.4580