Dr Warren Joubert

Dr Warren Joubert graduated from the University of Witwatersrand, South Africa in 1995. He completed his Fellowship with the Royal Australasian College of Physicians and training as a Medical Oncologist at the Princess Alexandra Hospital in Brisbane in 2006, having previously trained in Auckland, New Zealand and worked at the Royal Free Hospital in London.

Dr Joubert started working as a full-time staff specialist in medical oncology at the Princess Alexandra Hospital in 2007, and began private practice at Greenslopes Hospital in early 2010. Due to an ever increasing private practice Warren decided to leave the Princess Alexandra Hospital in April 2020, allowing him to direct his time to his patients at Greenslopes Hospital.

Warren specialises in gastro-intestinal cancer, including colo-rectal and pancreatic cancer; uro-genital cancer, neuroendocrine tumours (NET), and sarcoma oncology.

Warren is a member of the Australasian Gastro-intestinal Trials Group and member of the Australia and New Zealand Sarcoma Association, and has been involved as a principal or associate investigator on a number of clinical trials in gastro-intestinal, uro-genital cancer and sarcoma. Warren is currently involved as a principal or associate investigator in clinical research through Gallipoli Medical Research Foundation at Greenslopes Private Hospital.

Warren is passionate about providing the highest standard of care, ensuring patients feel confident in understanding their cancer and treatment options, and helping patients to be cared for in a holistic manner.

Clinical trials Dr Warren Joubert has been involved as a principal or associate investigator:

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Professional Associations

  • Queensland Medical Board Specialist and General Registration – APHRA number: MED0000966709
  • Royal Australasian College of Physicians
  • ASCO Member (American Society of Clinical Oncology)
  • Australia and New Zealand Sarcoma Association