Kate Smith

Consultant in medical oncology


Kate has been a consultant in medical oncology (cancer) at Guy's and St Thomas' NHS Foundation Trust since 2022.

Before this she was a locum consultant in genitourinary oncology at Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust.

She manages all urological malignancies with a focus on urothelial and prostate cancers.

Education and training

  • PhD in molecular oncology, Barts Cancer Institute, 2019
  • Postgraduate certificate in oncology, Institute of Cancer Research, 2013
  • Speciality certificate examination in medical oncology, Royal College of Physicians, 2013
  • National Institute Health Research academic clinical fellow, medical oncology, Barts Health NHS Trust, 2010
  • Elected member of the Royal College of Physicians, 2009
  • Training in medical oncology, Barts Health NHS Trust and Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust, 2010
  • Medicine and surgery (MBBS), University College London, 2006
  • Natural Sciences (MACantab), University of Cambridge, 2001

Research interests

Kate was a research fellow in the department of molecular oncology at Barts Cancer Institute with involvement in many translational trials.

She works on bladder cancer research at Guy's and St Thomas'.

Last updated: November 2022

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