Dr Felicia Roncolato is a medical oncology staff specialist with appointments at Campbelltown hospital (South West Local Health District) and Prince of Wales Private Hospital.  Her clinical interests are genitourinary (prostate, bladder, kidney, testis), gynaecological and breast cancer. She has been awarded a PhD in prognostication in ovarian cancer from the University of Sydney and completed a Masters of Clinical Epidemiology.

Dr Roncolato has a strong interest in clinical trials and is appointed as a senior clinical research fellow at NHMRC Clinical Trials Centre and continues to work closely with cooperative trials groups ANZUP (Australian and New Zealand Urogenital and Prostate Cancer Trials Group) and ANZGOG (Australia New Zealand Gynaecological Oncology Group).  She continues on trial management committees and tumour working groups to further develop clinical trials.  She is also a faculty member of the ACORD workshop.  Her research interests include prognostication, health related quality of life outcome measures and patient doctor communication. Dr Roncolato has multiple publications in peer reviewed journals and has been awarded the ASCO (American Society of Clinical Oncology) Merit award twice and has presented research internationally and nationally.

She is a Conjoint Lecturer at University of New South Wales and Western Sydney University and participates in medical student teaching.  She is committed to supervision and mentoring of postgraduate medical education and training of medical oncology advanced trainees and basic physician trainees for the Royal Australasian College of Physicians and is a clinical examiner.

She is a leader of the Young Oncologist Group of Australia (YOGA) which fosters professional development and joined Prostate Cancer Foundation of Australia’s (PCFA) NSW/ACT State Board in 2020.