Clinical Senior Lecturer and Consultant Upper GI Surgeon, Imperial College London
Christopher Peters went to medical school in Leeds and after completing basic surgical training moved to Cambridge to carry out a PhD with Professor Rebecca Fitzgerald. During his PhD he developed a four gene signature to predict outcome in oesophageal adenocarcinoma and jointly set up the OCCAMS collaboration which went on to be selected to run the International Cancer Genome Consortium's Whole Genome sequencing project in oesophageal adenocarcinoma. After moving to London to complete his higher surgical training he was appointed as a Clinical Senior Lecturer and Consultant Upper GI surgeon at Imperial College London with a specialist interest in Biomarkers and understanding how new technologies are adopted into health care systems.
14-Nov-2023Theatre 4: ASiT Innovation TheatreHigher Education in Clinical Innovation