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ACP Webinar - PROSTATE CANCER
The ACP is pleased to welcome you to our webinar on Prostate Cancer

This session will involve 2 expert-led presentations covering:

1) ADVANCED PROSTATE CANCER - Dr Hilary Glen
2) EARLY PROSTATE CANCER - Dr Alison Tree

These will be followed by trainee case presentation(s) and panel discussion.

Please remember to register with an email address linked to a zoom account.

Aug 16, 2022 06:00 PM in London

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Speakers

Dr Hilary Glen
Consultant Medical Oncologist @Beatson West of Scotland Cancer Centre
Hilary trained in Medical Oncology in Glasgow, during which time she completed a Masters in Clinical Pharmacology at Glasgow University and a PhD in cancer biology at the CRUK Beatson Institute for Cancer Research. She became a consultant in Medical Oncology at the Beatson West of Scotland Cancer Centre in 2011 and specialises in urological malignancies. In 2012 she was awarded an NHS Research Scotland (NRS) Research Fellowship and was team lead of the Uro-Oncology Team at the Beatson for 5 years until October 2021. She has recently taken up the post of Regional Lead Clinician for the West of Scotland Living with Cancer Programme.
Dr Alison Tree
Consultant Clinical Oncologist @Royal Marsden and Institute of Cancer Research
Alison was appointed as a consultant clinical oncologist at The Royal Marsden in 2014, specialising in radiotherapy and chemotherapy treatment for urological malignancies. Prior to this she spent most of the previous 12 years at The Royal Marsden, training in state of the art chemotherapy and radiotherapy techniques. Her MD thesis was on stereotactic body radiotherapy (SBRT) for prostate and oligometastatic cancer. Her current research interests include technical radiotherapy improvements in prostate cancer, the development of the MR Linac for urological cancers and the use of ablative radiotherapy for oligometastatic disease.