CLAHRC Fellow 2016
Stephen qualified from St Bartholomew’s Medical College in London in 1994, and after general surgical training, undertook training in neurosurgery in Romford and Cambridge. He was awarded his PhD from the University of Cambridge in 2007 for work developing imaging methods to study the invasive margin of brain tumours. In 2008 he was appointed consultant neurosurgeon with a special interest in neuro-oncology. Between 2010-2015 he was an NIHR-funded Clinician Scientist and developed his imaging methods; he is now working to take these imaging methods into the operating theatre. Stephen is a member of the NCRI Brain Tumour Clinical Studies Group and has recently taken over as the lead of the Imaging and Technology Subgroup. Since 2013 he has been the Clinical Lead for the Anglian Neuro-oncology Network Cancer Group and is the Anglian Senate member for the Neuro-oncology Clinical Reference Group where he is the Innovation Lead.