Prof Sam Janes

Delivering CT screening for Lung Cancer in the UK

Sam won an MRC Training Fellowship to perform a PhD and then a post-doctoral period working in the CRUK Lincoln’s Inn Fields Institute with Fiona Watt working on integrin adhesion molecules and cancer cell survival. He then moved as an MRC Clinician Scientist to UCL leading a group interested in the role of stem cells in lung cancer pathogenesis and treatment of lung disease using cell therapies. He was awarded a Wellcome Trust Senior Clinical Fellowship in October 2010 to work on novel cell therapies for lung cancers resulting in a DPFS first–in–man award and recently won his Wellcome Senior Fellowship renewal to study lung cancer pathogenesis.

He works as a consultant at UCLH with a particular interest in Lung Cancer, mesothelioma, interventional and diagnostic bronchoscopy and early lung cancer detection. He is Head of Respiratory Research Department at UCL and director of the Lung Cancer Board for London Cancer.

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Delivering CT screening for Lung Cancer in the UK

This seminar will discuss the difficulties in delivering CT screening to a high risk population in London. It will focus on how to reach the hard to reach and the mechanics of delivering a new health intervention in an already stretched health care system.

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