Dr Shala Rasouli

Integrative Medicine Naturopath & Hyperthermia Technician

(Doctor of Philosophy) Ph.D. (Cancer Immunology), B.H.Sc. (Naturopathy), Cert. IV Bowen Therapy, Reiki Practitioner & Member ATMS

Shala is a highly accomplished senior scientist and integrative medicine naturopath with a passion for herbal medicine, nutrition and oncology support. She is particularly interested in hormonally driven cancers, specifically prostate, breast and thyroid cancers, as well as other cancers such as lung cancer and melanoma. Shala's approach is thorough and she creates comprehensive treatment plans based on the most current research and evidence in integrative oncology. Shala also treats general naturopathy patients (ie, non oncology) and is very experienced in complex hormonal issues, autoimmune conditions, digestive and cardiovascular health.

Shala finished her PhD in immunology (melanoma cancer research) in 2002 at Monash University. Her research thesis focused on enhanced immunity to tumours using vaccines in animal models. Shala's 10 year career as a postdoctoral fellow started with Shriners Hospital for Children (Oregon, USA) for 3.5 years, followed by St Vincent's Hospital fellowship (Melbourne, Australia) for 4 years and finally at the Sienna Cancer diagnostics, PTY, LTD for 2.5 years.


Podcasts and Webinars

Dr Shala Rasouli is a scientific speaker in a number of national and international conferences. webinars and podcasts to educate the wider community of patients with cancer, their carers and also practitioners. 

  • As an author, Shala has published a number of scientific articles in peer reviewed journals including Arterioscler Throm Vasc Biol, Am J Transplant, Mol Cell Biol, Immunol Cell Biol, and others (view Shala's Linkedin profile for more).  
  • Shala will also be a guest speaker at the Integria symposium (Brisbane, October 2021).

Latest News

Why is Vitamin D important during winter?

Posted by MIOG Community on 14 July 2021
Why is Vitamin D important during winter?
With the days getting longer and the sun finally peeping through the clouds, we start to remember one of the most i...
Latest News from Melbourne Integrative Oncology Group

What Clients Say

I first saw Tanya in 2013 after being diagnosed with breast cancer but initially contacted Tanya via phone. Tanya called me and spent some time talking with me prior to our appointment and showed s...

- Anonymous patient
What Clients Say about Melbourne Integrative Oncology Group

Download Our e-Book

10 ways integrative medicine can reduce cancer treatment side effects
10 ways integrative medicine can reduce cancer treatment side effects

MIOG offers evidence-based Complementary Medicines to patients with cancer: before, during and after medical treatment. MIOG staff are not Medical Oncologists. MIOG recommends that patients with cancer consult a Medical Oncologist for appropriate support.


 

Free Call 1800 MIOGCLINIC

NEWSLETTER SIGNUP

  • Clinical Oncology Society of Australia
  • Society for Integrative Oncology
  • American Society of Clinical Oncology
  • Australasian Integrative Medicine Association
  • Naturopaths and Herbalists Association of Australia
  • Australian Traditional Medicine Society