Professor Juan W Valle

Medical oncology


  • Fee assured

Specialises in

  • Hepatobiliary
  • Upper GI

About me

I am based in the department of Medical Oncology at The Christie NHS Foundation Trust within the gastrointestinal disease group and treat cancers of the pancreas, liver and biliary tract and neuroendocrine tumours.

I am the lead clinician of The Christie’s Neuroendocrine Tumour service, awarded European Centre of Excellence status in March 2011.

I am a member of the UK National Cancer Research Network (NCRN) upper gastrointestinal clinical studies group and a co-founding member of its cholangiocarcinoma working party. I also sit on the NCRN pancreatic cancer and hepatobiliary subgroups and chaired the Neuroendocrine subgroup until 2017.

I have been awarded a number of grants for research leading to numerous publications and presentations, as well as national and international meetings, and I am a peer reviewer for a number of international medical journals.

Areas of interest

Pancreatic cancer; cholangiocarcinoma; gallbladder cancer; ampullary cancer; neuroendocrine tumours; carcinoid

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Procedures completed

  • X0002

    Clinical supervision and planning for delivery of chemotherapy cycle 1 - 14 days - (5-50)

    The Christie Clinic (5-50)

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    Clinical supervision and planning for delivery of chemotherapy cycle 1 - 21 days - (1-5)

    The Christie Clinic (1-5)

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