Julien de Naurois

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Consultant medical oncologist

Biography

Julien de Naurois is a medical oncologist who joined the Trust as a consultant in 2017. He specialises in colorectal cancer and also has a special interest in acute oncology. He teaches on colorectal cancer at the ICR London Clinical Oncology Masters course, and is actively involved in improving colorectal services for the South East London Cancer Accountable Network. He is also very involved in the training of clinical nurse specialists in acute oncology.

He trained in medical oncology in the West Midlands, in particular at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Birmingham, during which time he was awarded a clinical research fellowship by CRUK, leading to completing a PhD in Cancer Biology at the CRUK London Research Institute in 2016.

Education and training

  • 2000 – BSc (2:1) in Medical Ethics and Law (University of Manchester)
  • 2003 – MB ChB (University of Manchester)
  • 2007 – MRCP (Royal College of Physicians, UK)
  • 2016 – CCT in Medical Oncology (West Midlands)
  • 2016 – PhD in Cancer Biology (CRUK, University College London)

Research interests

He is active in recruiting patients to colorectal cancer clinical trials at both Guy’s Cancer Centre and the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Woolwich.

His current clinical and research interests lie in improving outcomes for patients with advanced colorectal cancer.

Last updated: May 2022

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