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- Urological oncology
Alastair Lamb joined the team in Urology Team at The Churchill Cancer Centre in April 2017 and Oxford Urology Associates in May 2018, having completed a one year robotic specialty training fellowship at Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre in Melbourne, Australia in 2016.
Prior to this, he studied at Oxford and Edinburgh Universities, with initial surgical training in Edinburgh followed by higher surgical training in Cambridge, including a PhD in cancer biology with Professor David Neal.
He is active in basic science research with the goal of providing a robust molecular platform for accurate decision-making in early stage prostate cancer.
Clinically, his focus is to deliver excellent and timely prostate cancer care to men referred from the Oxford regional area, focusing on state-of-the-art diagnostics with multiparametric MRI and targeted transperineal biopsies, followed by robotic-radical prostatectomy RARP or indeed active surveillance where appropriate.
He has a particular interest in pushing the boundaries of minimal access surgery MIS, for example performing cytoreductive radical prostatectomy in locally advanced or metastatic disease or in fit, older men when such approaches are deemed safe and evidence-based. He also has an interest in novel molecular imaging techniques such as PSMA PET-CT and the use of such modalities in disease stratification and selection of patients for surgery.
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- Dr Soumitra Gosh Fee Assured
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