About our research programme
The programme brings together researchers and clinicians involved in gastrointestinal cancer research at King’s Health Partners. It is a multidisciplinary network of clinicians, scientists and allied health professionals, representing surgery, oncology, gastroenterology, pathology, epidemiology, cancer care, and genetic and molecular research.
The programme originates from activities addressing upper gastrointestinal cancer, particularly oesophageal adenocarcinoma, at St Thomas’ Hospital. This hospital includes a tertiary referral centre for upper gastrointestinal cancer to which the clinical services within King’s Health Partners are centralised. It is one of the busiest upper gastrointestinal cancer services in Europe.
- Hanna Johans, Executive Assistant to Jesper Lagergren
- Janine Zylstra
Consultants in upper gastrointestinal surgery
Consultant in lower gastrointestinal surgery
Consultant in gastroenterology
Consultants in oncology
Consultant in histopathology
Consultants in radiology
We meet approximately every second to third month on a Thursday morning (09:00) in the Surgical Offices Seminar Room, at St Thomas Hospital or in the Cancer Studies Seminar Room at Guy’s Hospital.
If you would like to join one of our next meeting, become part of the programme or get on the mailing list, please contact Hanna Johans (email@example.com) or the programme co-ordinator Professor Jesper Lagergren (firstname.lastname@example.org).