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Prof. Janice Walshe

Education & Experience

  • MB BCH MSC Molecular Medical MRCPI
  • University of Galway Graduate
  • Masters in Moloecular Medicine, Trinity College Dublin
  • National Cancer Institute Bethseda, Maryland, US - E Fellowship


Prof Janice Walshe is a graduate of University of Galway in Ireland in 1997. She completed her specialist training in the Mater Misericordiae Hospital, Dublin and gained a Masters in Molecular Medicine at Trinity College, Dublin. She completed her fellowship in the National Cancer Institute in Bethseda, Maryland where she investigated novel approaches in the treatment of HER2 positive and metastatic breast cancer.

In 2006, she was appointed to Tallaght University Hospital and in 2010 moved to St Vincent’s University Hospital. She is a key member of Cancer Trials Ireland research group ensuring access to novel agents and research opportunities for Irish women affected by breast cancer. Through the clinical research clinic in St Vincent’s University Hospital, she has served as national principal investigator for many important international trials in breast cancer. She served as a three year member of ASCO Scientific Program Committee in triple negative breast cancer from 2013-2015. She is also a senior lecturer at UCD and Trinity College Dublin. Her research has been presented at numerous international meetings and published in prestigious peer reviewed journals. She continues to serve the editorial board of several prominent oncology journals. She was secretary of the Irish Society of Medical Oncology from 2011-2021.

Prof. Janice Walshe

Prof. Janice Walshe

Speciality - Oncology (Medical Oncology)