Dialog Box


Lymphoma Hub

This section of our website includes presentations from world and local lymphoma experts. Lymphoma Australia will be updating this section on a regular basis to ensure everyone has access to updated and relevant information about Lymphoma.

  • These presentations were filmed at our Lymphoma education days at various locations across Australia. We encourage you to register for our e newsletter so that you don’t miss out on attending these events in your area or as an online participant.

Feedback from previous lymphoma education days:

  • "I was an online attendee and found all of the guest speaker’s world class! The information provided was very informative and, very importantly, delivered with such positivity. Thanks for the opportunity for interstate people to stream live .The future looks bright with constant advancement in treatment due to the efforts of committed research teams and clinical trials. Thank you"
  • "It was wonderful! With this information I have hope and Professor Pfreundschuh was so easy to understand.Meeting other people with lymphoma and having the opportunity to ask the panel questions helped so much."

Professor Michael Pfreundschuh

Malignant Lymphoma

Prof. Michael Pfreundschuh is the Director of Medical Oncology at Saarland University Medical School, Homburg, Germany, and is a member of the Institute's Cancer Antigen Discovery Collaborative. He was the recipient of the 2000 William B. Coley Award for Distinguished Research in Basic and Tumor Immunology. Professor Pfreundschuh is considered a world expert in the management and treatment of Lymphoma.

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Associate Professor Judith Trotman

Relapsed Lymphoma and Clinical Trials

Associate Professor Judith Trotman, is a Haematology Physician and Pathologist, University trained in Oncology Clinical Research. She is a Senior Staff Specialist at Concord Hospital, Sydney, where she established the Bone Marrow Transplant Service and in 2005 the Clinical Trials Unit. She has a particular interest in the management of lymphomas including PET scanning research and building a broad portfolio of lymphoma clinical trials, within one of the largest haematology trials units in Australia. In 2010, Judith worked in the Lymphoma Service in Lyon, France within the world leading French lymphoma trials group. Judith is convinced that in Australia we have the capacity to deliver world’s best care locally.

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Meiron lees

Managing the Stress of Lymphoma

Meiron Lees is an international author, trainer and speaker and dedicates his career to the study of behaviour change and resilience. Through his training and mentoring company InnerCents he helps strengthen organisations and individuals in the areas of Resilience, Leadership and Sales. To date over 5000 leaders, managers and employees have participated in his programs worldwide. Meiron’s clients include companies such as IBM, PwC, Citibank, AMP, Westpac and MLC to name a few. He is the author of the award-winning book D-Stress: Building Resilience in Challenging Times and after his recent recovery from Lymphoma helps cancer patients and carers to better manage their stress through the principles of resilience

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Professor andreas engert

Andreas Engert, MD, is a professor of internal medicine, haematology and oncology. He received his medical degree at the Hannover Medical School in Germany and had his medical training at the Hannover Medical School and the University Hospital of Cologne (Germany).

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professor andrew grigg

Professor Andrew Grigg has been the Director of Clinical Haematology at the Austin Hospital since 2010, after working for 19 years at Royal Melbourne Hospital, particularly in the area of allogeneic and autologous stem cell transplantation.

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Priscilla gates

Priscilla Gates is an Advanced Practice Nurse who has recently been appointed as the Bone Marrow Transplant Nurse Consultant at the Olivia Newton-John Cancer Wellness Centre at Austin Health. She has many years experience in haematology nursing and survivorship care. She recently worked as a Nurse Project Manager at The Australian Cancer Survivorship Centre at The Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre.