FRACP (Medical Oncology) (2021)
MBBS (Hons I) (Dux) (2013)
Masters of International Public Health (Distinction) (2022)
BA (Languages) (Honours) (2009)
Diploma of child health (2015)
Dr Michael Krasovitsky is a medical oncologist at St Vincent's Hospital Darlinghurst specialising in geriatric oncology, supportive care & toxicity management, liver malignancies, thyroid cancers, and cancers of unknown primary. He is the chair of the Geriatric Oncology multi-disciplinary service at St Vincent's. He holds an MBBS with honours from the Australian National University, and has also completed higher training in biostatistics and epidemiology as part of a Masters of International Public Health (Distinction) through UNSW. Dr Krasovitsky is chair of the Geriatric Oncology Emerging Experts and Researchers group (GOEER), as well as a member of the COSA Geriatric Oncology executive. He is involved in a number of quality improvement initiatives locally and nationally, primarily focussing on end of life care, systemic therapy safety, and supportive care. He is also involved in a number of research endeavours, with his primary focus being on providing optimal cancer care to older individuals with cancer.
Dr Krasovitsky has experience in submitting for MRFF and NH&MRC grants, and is currently listed as an investigator on a number of grants in the field of geriatric oncology.
Dr Krasovitsky is primarily involved in research in the following fields:
1. Geriatric Oncology & optimal care pathways for older individuals with cancer.
2. Supportive care & toxicity management among patients with cancer.
3. Thyroid malignancies.
4. Hepatic malignancies.
5. Quality of life measurement and intervention amongst patients with cancer.