Founder, Non-Executive Chair, Chief Medical Officer / Solaris Cancer Care
Most Notable Role
Dr David Joske graduated from the University of Western Australia (UWA) with a Bachelor of Medicine and a Bachelor of Surgery, and is a clinical haematologist and medical co-director at Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital. He has dedicated his career to cancer care and helping those with the disease. In 2001 Dr Joske established Solaris Cancer Care, a dedicated service offering support to cancer patients, and was named EY’s (WA) Social Entrepreneur award for this work in 2016. Dr Joske is a Clinical Professor of Medicine at UWA and his clinical and research interests include the treatment of lymphomas, palliative care in haematology, and supportive care in cancer. Dr Joske has published 75 peer-reviewed publications plus three book chapters. He is the Lead Clinician for the WA Cancer and Palliative Care Network Survivorship Collaborative Network. Dr Joske was awarded the John Curtin Medal in 2005 and has been a finalist four times for the Western Australian of the Year.
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Founder, Non-Executive Chair, Chief Medical Officer