Associate Professor Hao-Wen Sim contributes his expertise and leadership in neuro-oncology, upper gastrointestinal oncology and biostatistics.
Hao-Wen received his medical degree with Honours from The University of Melbourne, being awarded the James Stewart Bequest for Surgery and inducted to the Margaret Whyte Honour Board. He completed his Master of Biostatistics from The University of Sydney, being awarded the Biostatistics Collaboration of Australia Star Graduate Award, Judy Simpson Biostatistics Scholarship, Les Irwig General Epidemiology Award and Australasian Epidemiological Association Top Student Prize. He also completed neuro-oncology fellowship at The Princess Margaret Cancer Centre in Toronto, Canada. He is a Fellow of The Royal Australasian College of Physicians and a graduate biostatistician of the Statistical Society of Australia.
Hao-Wen is a lead clinician treating brain cancer and upper gastrointestinal cancer patients. He works at The Kinghorn Cancer Centre and Chris O’Brien Lifehouse in Sydney, Australia. He is the Clinical Lead of the Cooperative Trials Group for Neuro-Oncology (COGNO) and Chair of the COGNO International Clinical Research Subcommittee. His research focus is the development and conduct of investigator-initiated brain cancer trials.