Staff in the School of Cancer Sciences

 

Professor David Luesley

Professor David Luesley

Professor Luesley is currently the Professor of Gynaecological Oncology at the University of Birmingham, UK, having graduated from Cambridge University and then Birmingham University Medical School in 1975. David became a fellow of the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists in 1990 and was awarded the Victor Bonney prize by his college in 2002 and the Founders medal by the BSCCP in ...

Dr Ashley Martin

Senior Research Fellow

Ashley manages the Proteomic Facility within the College of Medical and Dental Sciences to provide a core resource for the College. In this role Ashley interacts with many researchers to help in production of samples for proteomic analysis.

With a background in lipid metabolism and cell signalling Ashley moved into cancer related work when it became clear that many of ...

Mr Paul Mason

Programming Team Leader

Paul Mason manages the Programming Team within the Cancer Research UK Clinical Trials Unit (CRCTU).

The programming team provides programming and informatics support to the CRCTU and to the School of Cancer Science. The scope of support includes activity from Translational studies through to Phase 4 Clinical Trials, management and operational infrastructure for the CRCTU, ...

Dr Carmel McConville

Dr Carmel McConville

Senior Lecturer

Carmel McConville is a Senior Lecturer in the School of Cancer Sciences. Her research interests are in the field of childhood cancer, particularly neuroblastoma and retinoblastoma. (test)

Professor Hisham Mehanna

Professor Hisham Mehanna

Chair, Head and Neck Surgery
Director, Institute of Head and Neck Studies and Education (InHANSE)

Prof Mehanna is the Chair of Head and Neck Surgery and is the Director of the Institute of Head and Neck Studies and Education (InHANSE) at the School of Cancer Sciences.  He is a head and neck and thyroid surgeon with clinical interests in microvascular reconstructive surgery and endoscopic thyroid and parathyroid surgery.  He has a keen interest in clinical research, ...

Mr Lee Middleton

Senior Statistician

Lee Middleton is a Senior Medical Statistician at the Birmingham Clinical Trials Unit.

He is currently involved with numerous randomised controlled trials, diagnostic accuracy studies and systematic reviews. The majority of this work is focused on obstetric and gynaecological health issues in collaboration with the Birmingham Women’s Hospital.

Dr Jo Morris

Dr Jo Morris

Senior Lecturer

Jo Morris is a Senior Lecturer at the School of Cancer Sciences and Breast Cancer Campaign Research Fellow.

Jo has published research papers in scientific journals as well as reviews and book chapters in the fields of breast cancer genetics, particularly about the predisposition gene BRCA1, the cellular response to DNA damage and small modifier biology of ubiquitin and ...

Professor Dion Morton

Professor Dion Morton

Professor of Surgery

Dion received his degree in Medicine from Bristol University in 1985. He was given an honorary consultant appointment at the University Hospital Birmingham in 1996, and was appointed Professor of Surgery in 2006. 

He is Director of the Birmingham Experimental Cancer Medicine Centre, Director of Clinical Research at the Royal College of Surgeons of England since ...

Professor Paul Moss

Professor Paul Moss

Head of School of Cancer Sciences, Professor of Haematology

Professor Moss is Head of the School of Cancer Sciences at the University of Birmingham and Chairman of the Infection and Immunity Board at the Medical Research Council.  He served previously as Chair of the Cancer Research UK Clinical and Translational Research Committee.

Professor Paul Murray

Professor Paul Murray

Professor of Molecular Pathology

Paul is Professor of Molecular Pathology in the School of Cancer Sciences

Paul has published over 100 research papers in scientific journals, reviews and book chapters in the fields of virology and tumour biology. He has received major grants from Cancer Research UK, Leukaemia and Lymphoma Research, The Wellcome Trust and the MRC