Welcome to Greenslopes Oncology

Dr Warren Joubert and Associate Professor Atkinson
have over 10 years of experience in all aspects of cancer
management, and are focused on ensuring you receive
optimal treatment and care.

Dr Warren Joubert specialises in gastro-intestinal cancer, including colo-rectal and pancreatic cancer; uro-genital cancer, neuroendocrine and sarcoma oncology. He has worked in both the private (Greenslopes Hospital 2010 – ongoing) and public sectors (Princess Alexandra Hospital 2007 – 2020) and in 2020 went into full-time private practice at Greenslopes Private Hospital.

Warren is a member of the Australasian Gastro-intestinal Trials Group and New Zealand Sarcoma Association. Dr Joubert is cited as a principle or associate investigator on a number of clinical trials in gastro-intestinal, uro-genital cancer and sarcoma and is expanding Gallipoli Medical Research Foundation’s focus on gastro- intestinal cancers with several new trials commencing in 2021.

Associate Professor Victoria Atkinson’s tumour interests include melanoma, and upper gastro intestinal malignancies. She currently practices at Greenslopes Private Hospital (2011-ongoing) and the Princess Alexandra Hospital (2007-ongoing). Associate Professor Atkinson has participated in practice changing systemic melanoma clinical trials as a principal investigator and is an author on pivotal publications in the field. Victoria is on the Executive Board of Melanoma Patients Australia and European Society Of Medical Oncology Faculty Member in Tumour Immunology and Immunotherapy.

At Greenslopes Oncology we value the importance of patient education. We have constructed this website to help guide you to information that is from reliable sources. It is Warren and Victorias’ hope that it becomes a valuable resource for you and your loved ones.

Access to live up-to-date information

AMA COVID-19 Factsheet – updated daily with current situation

Information on visiting Greenslopes Hospital

Important information about novel coronavirus (COVID-19) and visiting Greenslopes Hospital

Infomation and Support for people with cancer

Cancer Council information, factsheets and support regarding cancer and COVID-19


Dr Joubert and Associate Professor Atikinson recognise whilst patient education is important it can be challenging to know what questions to ask your Dr. Please use the link below to review some suggested questions to consider asking in your consultations.

Questions to consider
asking your oncologist


Associate Professor Atkinson and Dr Joubert are active participants in the advancement of cancer management through scientific research. Both Drs collaborate with Gallipoli Medical Research Foundation to provide patients access to state of the art clinical trials.

Information about
Clinical Trials