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Research Summary

Biography

I graduated from Clare College, Cambridge with Triple First Class Honours in Medical Sciences and obtained Distinctions in Surgery, Obstetrics and Gynaecology, and Pathology. I completed my house jobs and basic surgical training in Addenbrooke's, Papworth and Wycombe General Hospital, then undertook a DPhil in Oxford characterising Colorectal Cancer Stem Cells, working with Professor Sir Walter Bodmer and Professor Neil Mortensen. Following a post-doctoral fellowship at Stanford University, I started my academic clinical lectureship and higher surgical training in the Oxford Deanery in 2011.

Biography

selected Awards

1999 James D Watson Fund Research Scholar, Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, USA

1999 Clare College Scholarship

1999 George Graham Prize

2000 Burroughs Wellcome Fund Research Scholar, Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, USA

2000 Clare College Foundation Scholarship

2001 William Butler Prize for Medical Sciences, Clare College

2001 PPP Healthcare Award, Cambridge University Clinical School

2003 Clare College Prize for outstanding performance in Finals

2007 Domus Merit Award, Green Templeton College, University of Oxford 

2007 Cancer Research UK Clinical Research Fellowship

2008 Research Fellowship, Royal College of Surgeons of England

2009 Sir Alan Parks Research Fellowship, Royal College of Surgeons of England

2009 Royal Society of Medicine Travelling Fellowship 

2013 Harry E Bacon Foundation Award - Best Basic Science Podium Presentation at ASCRS (American Society for Colon and Rectal Surgeons) Annual Meeting, Phoenix, USA

2014 Goodger Scholarship, University of Oxford

Trevor Yeung

MA (Cantab), MBBChir, MRCS, DPhil


Clinical Lecturer

  • Fluorescence Image Guided Surgery
  • Robotic Surgery

My research focuses on the biology of colorectal cancer to help the diagnosis and treatment of this condition.

More than 40,000 patients in the UK are diagnosed with colorectal cancer each year, and approximately 55% of patients survive this type of cancer for five years or more.

My research interest is clinical translational research, in particular, Fluorescece Image Guided Surgery (FIGS). We are developing new techniques to identify normal anatomy and abnormal pathology during surgery which can help guide surgeons during procedures.

 

funding

Academy of Medical Sciences - Starter Grant for Clinical Lecturers

Bowel Disease Research Foundation

MRC - Developmental Pathway Funding Scheme (DPFS)

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Key Publications

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