Consultant clinical oncologist
Jessica Brady specialises in the treatment of lymphoma and colorectal cancer. She was appointed in April 2016, following a two year post certificate of completion (CCT) fellowship at the Trust.
Her research interest is the development of advanced radiotherapy techniques, with aim of improving treatment accuracy and reducing side effects. During her fellowship she led the implementation of the deep inspiration breath hold technique in lymphoma, making Guy's and St Thomas' the first UK centre to bring this into routine practice.
She has presented at international conferences and published in peer reviewed journals. She is a council member of the International Lymphoma Radiation Oncology Group.
Education and training
- Post certificate of completion (CCT) fellowship, Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust, 2014-2016
- Certificate of completion (CCT) in Clinical Oncology, 2013
- Fellowship of the Royal College of Radiologists (FRCR), Royal College of Radiologists, London, 2010
- Membership of the Royal College of Physicians (MRCP), Royal College of Physicians, London, 2005
- Bachelor of medicine, bachelor of surgery (MBBCh) (Honours), University of Wales College of Medicine, Cardiff, 2001
- Development and implementation of advanced radiotherapy techniques
- Radiotherapy for lymphoma and other haematological malignancies.
- Systemic treatment and radiotherapy for colorectal cancer
Last updated: November 2022