Professor Kelly-Anne Phillips is a medical oncologist and researcher at the Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre. As a highly productive clinician-researcher, she treats women affected with breast cancer and runs a prevention clinic for those at high risk, while concurrently leading internationally recognised research related to breast cancer genetics and treatment. Her research, and related health policy advocacy, have led to better and more socially equitable breast cancer treatment and prevention options for Australian women. She is also recognised as an effective mentor of junior clinician-researchers. She has authored 129 peer reviewed publications, resulting in over 10,000 citations and an H-index of 41.