Dr Harriet Gee

Clinical Senior Lecturer
Medicine, Central Clinical School

Telephone +61 2


Biographical details

Dr Harriet Gee is a translational researcher and Advanced Trainee in Radiation Oncology at Royal Prince Alfred Hospital. She graduated with an MBBS from the University of Melbourne, receiving the AMA Prize for the student with the highest overall mark. After basic medical training at Royal Melbourne Hospital, Dr Gee undertook a DPhil (PhD-equivalent) with Professor Adrian Harris at the University of Oxford as a Rhodes Scholar. Her research has been published in leading journals including Nature, Cancer, and Clinical Cancer Research, and focuses on biomarkers of radiation resistance.

Research interests

microRNAs, hypoxia, biomarkers, radiotherapy, radiation resistance

Teaching and supervision

Sydney University Medical Students (Oncology Block); co-supervision of Honours student

International links

United Kingdom

(University of Oxford) Use of microRNAs and their target genes as markers of hypoxia and radiation resistance

United States

(Indiana University) Use of small non-coding RNAs and related genes as markers of hypoxia and radiation resistance

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