Dr Suder completed her medical oncology training in New Zealand before undertaking a fellowship at Guy’s and St Thomas’s hospital and King College, London with specific interest in prostate cancer and was the fellow responsible for practice changing trials such as STAMPEDE. She also worked under Professor James Spicer in the Early Phase clinical trials unit and worked on agents such as Afatinib. She has peer reviewed publications in these areas. She returned to Australia and holds a senior staff specialist position at the Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital, is a senior lecturer at the University of Queensland and works privately in a oncology unit specialising in clinical trials. She has a passion for seeking novel therapies and trials for her patients and has a holistic approach to the management of each patient’s cancer journey.