Six pan-London research fellowships awarded
17 Aug 2018
The Pan-London Selection Committee has awarded six research fellowships for 2018/19, focusing on early diagnosis, living with and beyond cancer and big data.
The 12 month programme of London-based research fellowships is a partnership between the three Cancer Alliances across London – RM Partners, South East London Accountable Cancer Network and UCLH Cancer Collaborative – and the biomedical research centres.
The successful medical fellows are:
- Annabel Shaw – The PRESERVE Project (PRE-therapeutic MRI assessment of Early StagE Rectal Cancer and significant Rectal Polyps to aVoid major resectional surgery: A new approach to the management of Early stage rectal cancer)
- Catherine Lecat – Implementing the Promoting Individualised Self-Management for Myeloma Survivorship (PrISMS) clinic
- Theo Georgiou Delisle – The acceptability of FIT test and patient experience when used as triaging tool in patients with suspected colorectal symptoms
The successful allied health professional fellows are:
- Suzanne Tugnait – Childhood cancer outcomes research linking national registry data to clinical trial databases – a pilot project using childhood renal tumours as the exemplar
- Katherine Pike – Developing a brain tumour imaging dataset
- Javieria Martelli – Predictors of hospitalisation in the last months of life for people with cancer: retrospective cohort study using linked data
For more information please contact Dr Michelle Chen, Research and Development Manager, firstname.lastname@example.org