Professor Glenn Marshall AM
MBBS, MD UNSW, FRACP
Senior Oncologist, Kids Cancer Centre, Sydney Children’s Hospital, Randwick Head of Translational Research and Molecular Carcinogenesis Program, Children’s Cancer Institute
Professor Glenn Marshall is a senior oncologist at the Kids Cancer Centre, Sydney Children’s Hospital, Randwick, Head of Translational Research and the Molecular Carcinogenesis Program at the Children’s Cancer Institute, and a Professor in the School of Women and Children’s Health, Faculty of Medicine at UNSW. He has a major interest in the treatment of childhood leukaemia and neuroblastoma. Professor Marshall served as the Director of the Kids Cancer Centre at Sydney Children’s Hospital for 18 years, handing over this role to Associate Professor O’Brien in 2016. Professor Marshall is the clinical lead spokesperson for the Zero Childhood Cancer program. Professor Marshall has, for more than 20 years, researched the cause and therapy of childhood cancer diseases. He has published more than 160 original research articles on various biological and clinical aspects of child cancer and combines a busy clinical practice with supervising clinical, translational and basic research programs. His longstanding research interests have been the clinical problems of detection and treatment of relapsed acute leukaemia in children, and the cause, prevention and treatment of embryonal child cancer.