Dr Angela George
I completed my specialty training in Medical Oncology in New Zealand, and began as a consultant Medical Oncologist, with a particular interest in ovarian and breast cancer. I subsequently moved to The Royal Marsden Hospital, where I worked in the Gynae unit, then began research into the germline genetics of ovarian cancer. During this time, I led the implementation of the Mainstreaming Cancer Genetics programme within the Gynae and Breast units. After completion of my thesis, I was appointed as a Consultant in Oncogenetics and Medical Oncologist (Gynae) at The Royal Marsden. In addition to my work in the Gynae Unit, I am Clinical Lead for Cancer Genetics and the Mainstreaming Cancer Genetics programme and Clinical Director of Genomics at The Royal Marsden. I am also continuing my research into the genetics of ovarian and breast cancer.
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