Julie Hallet

Faculty Member

Research Interests

The focus of Dr. Hallet’s research is on conducting health services population-based research to examine processes, patterns of care and outcomes hepato-pancreato-biliary malignancies.

In particular, Dr. Hallet is dedicated to improving care and outcomes of neuroendocrine tumours by identifying and establishing enables to timely diagnosis and effective management.

She is also working on implementing and evaluating outcomes of pre-operative 3-D planning and intra-operative navigation programs for liver surgery.

Professional Interests

  • Hepatobiliary, pancreatic and upper gastrointestinal malignancies outcomes
  • Minimally invasive and image-guided therapies
  • Neuroendocrine tumours outcomes and processed of care
  • Population-based analyses
  • Quality indicators for cancer care


Recipient of the Society for Surgery of the Alimentary Tract (SSAT) Career Development Award

Recipient of the North American Neuroendocrine Tumors Society (NANETS) Clinical Investigator Scholarship

Adom Bondzi-Simpson

Adom Bondzi-Simpson

MSc Graduate Student

Thesis: Integrating equity into quality metrics for colorectal cancer care: An analysis of wait times for curative-intent surgery

Supervisors: Julie Hallet

Tiago Ribeiro

MSc Graduate Student

Thesis: Prediction model development for patient centred outcomes in gastro-intestinal cancer

Supervisors: Julie Hallet