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'Understanding biology and changing treatment in prostate cancer using national trials and clinical audit'

Biography

Professor Noel ClarkeProfessor Noel Clarke is a Consultant Urological Surgeon at the Christie and Salford Royal Hospitals, Manchester and Honorary Professor of Urological Oncology at Manchester University. He specialises in secondary and tertiary referral complex pelvic and retroperitoneal surgery, research in to Genito-Urinary malignancy and the delivery of Cancer treatment in health care systems. He is closely involved with multiple large-scale GU cancer trials including the STAMPEDE, Radicals, Patch and Propel trials. He directs the Manchester University GU Ca Research Group and jointly leads the UK’s Manchester/Belfast FASTMAN Centre of Excellence for prostate cancer research. He is joint clinical lead for the National Prostate Cancer Audit in England and Wales. Professor Clarke’s research interests encompass basic/translational science and trials in urological cancer. He has authored >260 peer-reviewed papers and 9 book chapters on urology and urological cancer.

 

 

All members of the University and NHS clinical staff are welcome.

Please email Louise King if you would like to attend.