Dr. Luke Ardolino is a medical oncologist with an interest in genitourinary, breast and lung cancers. He is currently practicing at the Northern Beaches Hospital and St Vincent's Hospital in Sydney.
In 2010 he completed his medical degree at the University of Leeds, United Kingdom (UK) with honours and completed his residency at the Queens Medical Centre in Nottingham, UK. After relocating to Australia, Dr. Ardolino undertook basic physician training at Royal North Shore and St Vincent's Hospitals. Following this, he went on to complete his qualification in medical oncology at St Vincent's Hospital. Subsequently, he completed a research fellowship in genitourinary and early phase clinical trials at the Garvan Institute of Medical Research.
Dr. Ardolino's dedication to research is evident through his published works which include medical Journals such as The journal of Clinical Oncology, Annals of Oncology and The European journal of Cancer. He is also completing a PhD at the Garvan Institute, investigating the effects of lipidomic modifcation on the tumour microenvironments of prostate cancer cells. Alongside his clinical work Dr. Ardolino is passionate about medical education and is heavily involved in developing and leading many medical education and training programs. Hecurrently holds the position of Associate Lecturer at University of New South Wales (UNSW) and is the Network Director of Physicians training at St Vincent's hospital. His collaborative approach to care involves regularly attending multidisciplinary team meetings across other Sydney hospitals, as well as the Breast Cancer and Lung Cancer multidisciplinary meetings at Northern Beaches Hospital. He is regarded as a compassionate, dedicated physician and excellent communicator who is committed to providing high quality and personalized patient care.