Andrew Tutt

Honorary consultant clinical oncologist


Andrew Tutt is a consultant clinical oncologist in the breast cancer unit at Guy's and St Thomas' NHS Foundation Trust. He is also professor of oncology at King's College London.

He is a member of the St Gallen Early Breast Cancer International Guidelines Consensus Panel.

He is an invited speaker and session chair at major European and North American Cancer Medicine conferences.

He is director of the Breast Cancer Now King's College London Research Unit.

Education and training

  • PhD in cancer biology, The Institute of Cancer Research, University of London, 2002
  • Rohan Williams Gold Medal, Fellowship of the Royal College of Radiologists (oncology), 1997
  • Member of the Royal College of Physicians UK, 1993
  • Medicine and surgery (MB ChB), Bristol 
  • Distinction in clinical pathology, epidemiology, public health medicine,1990

Specialist training:

  • specialist registrar in clinical oncology (year 5) clinical oncology rotation, Guy's, King's and St Thomas' Cancer Centre, 2001 to 2003
  • clinical research fellow (honorary senior registrar), Royal Marsden Hospital NHS Trust, 1997 to 2001
  • specialist registrar in clinical oncology (years 1 to 4) clinical oncology rotation, Royal Marsden Hospital NHS Trust,1994 to 1997

Research training:

  • Medical Research Council clinical research training fellow
  • BRCA2 gene function team, Ashworth Laboratory
  • Breast Cancer Care, The Institute of Cancer Research, London

Research interests

  • Therapeutic and biomarker development in BRCA1, BRCA2 and triple negative breast cancers
  • Breast radiotherapy


  • Jean H Lubrano Distinguished Visiting Scholar, Harvard Medical School, 2010
  • Visiting professor, British Columbia Cancer Agency, Vancouver, 2009
  • AstraZeneca Scholars Award, 24th San Antonio International Breast Cancer Symposium, 2001


Andrew has published and presented a large number of breast cancer research papers. He has written review articles about breast radiotherapy in international journals.

Last updated: December 2022

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