Clinical interests in skin cancer including topical therapy, head and neck, thoracic, blood, liver, brain, breast, and gastrointestinal (GI) cancers.
A/Prof Siddhartha (Sid) Baxi is a Radiation Oncologist on the Gold Coast, and Director of Technology with GenesisCare Australia. He works within the cancer care network of specialists at John Flynn Hospital and Tweed Hospital. His academic links are with Griffith University and Menzies School of Health Research. Sid's most recent contribution to the field of radiation oncology has been a collaboration with Oncobeta to introduce a non-invasive, single-session treatment for skin cancer.
Sid has experience gained from the establishment of the Alan Walker Cancer Centre in Darwin (2009-2012) and South West Radiation Oncology Service, Bunbury (2013-2017). He is committed to bringing a strategic and horizon view of healthcare, with the aim to provide dedicated, evidence-based care to his patients.
Sid's clinical interests include brain, head and neck, upper and lower GI, skin, and thoracic malignancies, and haematology with Fellowships in head and neck cancer, lung and uro-oncology.
He has experience with a range of modern radiation therapy techniques. His extra-curricular clinical work has focused on teaching medical students and trainee oncologists. Sid's research capacity focuses on collaborative links particularly with the GenesisCare research program. Many of his projects have focused on research and service development around regional/remote Australia and Aboriginal healthcare. He continues to work to support in developing medical innovations and is a clinical reference expert for Bellberry Human Research Ethics Committee.
- Faculty Council of Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Radiology
- Associate Professor, Griffith University
- Investigator, TACTICS Centre of Excellence Research Grant, Menzies School of Health Research
- GAICD Certification