Anthony Glover is a Surgeon, Cancer Researcher, NHMRC Early Career Fellow and Royal Australasian College of Surgeons Scholar. Anthony's research focuses on understanding the molecular biology of endocrine cancers (thyroid and adrenal) to develop new treatments to improve outcomes. He holds research positions with the Cancer Genetics Laboratory of the Kolling Institute (University of Sydney) and with the James Fagin Lab of Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center (New York). Anthony completed General Surgical training at St Vincent's Hospital (Sydney) and clinical fellowships with the Royal Marsden Hospital (London) in Surgical Oncology and with the University of Sydney Endocrine Surgical Unit. Anthony is a Clinical Lecturer with the Northern Clinical School and a NHMRC Grant Review Panel Member.
The molecular biology of Poorly Differentiated Thyroid Cancer
Noncoding RNAs (Long noncoding and MicroRNAs) as tumour suppressors and novel therapy for Adrenocortical Cancer
Awards and honours
NHMRC Neil Hamilton Fairley Early Career Fellowship (2016-2019)
Foundation for Surgery Tour de Cure Cancer Research Scholarship (2016)
Kolling Institute 32nd Combined Health Science (New Horizons)Young Investigator Prize (2015)
Foundation for Surgery Research Scholarship, Royal Australasian College of Surgeons (2015)
Sir Roy McCaughey Surgical Research Fellowship, Royal Australasian College of Surgeons (2014)
American Association for Cancer Research (AACR) Scholar in Training Award (2014)
Sydney Medical School - Northern Postgraduate Research Student Excellence Award (2014)
Royal North Shore Hospital Westpac Scholarship (2013)
Donato & Said Memorial EnGeneIC Cancer Research Foundation Scholarship (2013)
- Understanding the role of RAS mutations in thyroid cancer; Glover A; Royal Australasian College of Surgeons/Scholarship.