Our team

The Oncology Network is proudly brought to you by a dedicated team of academic publishing, media and creative arts professionals. 


Publisher & Host of The Oncology Podcast

Rachael Babin is a medical writer, communications expert, digital content producer and trained media host.   

Rachael co-founded The Oncology Network in 2014. She is Editor-in-Chief of Oncology News Australia, Publisher of The Oncology Newsletter and Host and Creator of The Oncology Podcast.

Before creating The Oncology Network, Rachael worked for MOGA, COSA and an international academic publishing house. 

Graham Knowles


Graham Knowles is a strategist, podcast producer and editor, marketing consultant and out of the box thinker!

Graham co-founded The Oncology Network in 2014. He oversees all day to day operations, with a particular focus on podcast production and digital development. 

He has a diverse consultancy background within publishing, digital, media production and marketing. He is also an experienced Coach and Mentor.


administration and communications assistant

Alex Bambury joined in the Oncology Network team in 2021 providing cheerful administration and communications support to our growing team. 

Alex is responsible for overseeing Commentary and Event Review submissions as well as managing Oncology Jobs and our Oncology Events calendar. 

Alex is also a talented illustrator who brings a creative and collaborative approach to her role with us. 



Eloise Verona Saguin has been with the Oncology Network since 2017. She is a trusted core member of our editorial team and the queen of all things digital.

Eloise is responsible for updating the Oncology News Australia and The Oncology Network websites with the latest oncology news from around the world. 

She has an unflappable approach and is the mum of two beautiful boys. 


We aim to bring you high quality, appropriate and independent digital resources through our suite of websites and publications. We are proud to support scientific advances that will improve patient outcomes and to fill some of the gaps created by diverse and challenging healthcare landscapes. We aim to use our skills to support you by providing all the news you need in one innovative and easy-to-use place.

Our Editorial policy

The ONA Editor curates today’s oncology news highlights from multiple trusted sources and edits Commentary pieces by our Authors. We acknowledge original sources for our aggregated news service and abide by industry standards and practices. For permission to reproduce our exclusive content or to discuss contributing, please contact us via email: editor@oncologynetwork.com.au. We also publish Industry Spotlight news from select partners – such pieces are a reflection of the sponsor company’s opinion and do not reflect the views of the ONA Editor or the Oncology Network. The ONA Editor’s decision is final.


The Oncology Network is rare in today’s media world. We are an independent and entirely self-funded organisation. Our focus and passion is dedicated to oncology alone. We are not part of a larger media group or organisation. We trade as the Oncology Media Group.

We proudly offer our content and resources to registered Healthcare Professionals free of charge – another rarity these days.

However we do have to keep the lights on and projects funded so you will see limited, appropriate and carefully considered advertising across our network of resources. Funding gained from advertisements on our Positions Vacant service Oncology Jobs also enables us to keep developing our online offerings so we can deliver the very best digital resources to you.

If you like the sound of this, we ask for your support by:

1. Registering to become a member of The Oncology Network

2. Clicking on our advertisements if you would like more information about a specific event or product. We will only ever promote events or products that are relevant to Oncology Healthcare Professionals

3. Consider visiting our Jobs section if you’re looking for a new role

4. Consider advertising any vacant positions you have with us and upcoming events too. You’ll find we are extremely competitive and our reach is very broad.


We regularly work with a wide range of advertisers from a diverse range of specialities. These organisations include Pharmaceutical, Technology, Professional Development and Not-For-Profit organisations, (who we are able to offer significant discounts). We promote select products, services, resources, events, educational opportunities and positions vacant which are of active interest to and appropriate for our subscribers.

Visit our advertising page for more information.

We are not aligned to any Association, Society, Agency or Corporate entity. However we work closely with a number of key Australian and International oncology organisations such as COSA, Cancer Council, Melanoma Institute Australia, RANZCR, AGITG, Canteen, ASCO, ESMO, UICC and many, many more.

Organisations who are interested in working with us are invited to contact us via email: editor@oncologynetwork.com.au.