Associate Professor Matthew Foote is a Radiation Oncologist who is an internationally recognised specialist in the management of brain tumours, including pituitary tumours. Having completed his specialist training in Brisbane in 2009, A/Prof Foote undertook further sub-specialist training in stereotactic (brain and spine) radiosurgery and neuro-oncology at the world-renowned Princess Margaret Hospital, Toronto.
Commencing at the Princess Alexandra Hospital in 2010 and Greenslopes Private Hospital in 2012, A/Prof Foote has extensive experience in the multidisciplinary management of pituitary and parasellar tumours. He established and is Co-Director of the Gamma Knife Centre of Queensland, is a founding member and current Chair of the Stereotactic Interest Group of Australasia (SIGA) and is current Chair of the International Clinical Research Subcommittee (ICRS) of the Cooperative Trials Group for Neuro-Oncology (COGNO). He is a board member of the International Stereotactic Radiosurgery Society (ISRS) and was awarded University of Toronto Alumnus of the Year, 2019, in recognition of services to the field of radiation oncology. A/Prof Foote is experienced in the development and completion of practice changing clinical trials and has authored over 70 peer-reviewed publications, many in the field of brain tumour.
A/Prof Foote is a specialist who is committed to providing patient focussed care and is at the forefront of innovative radiotherapy practice.