Four Leading Oncologists Discuss Whole Genome Sequencing
In the second episode of our two-part video series, Dr Angela George, Professor Noel Clarke, Dr Nirupa Murugaesu, and Dr Richard Simcock assess the prospects for whole genome sequencing, looking at how it might develop in the future and the potential challenges it faces.
They identify the opportunities and threats that will determine whether whole genome sequencing is able to provide maximum benefit for patient care, and contribute to research and understanding in oncology.
Dr Angela George
Consultant Medical Oncologist, Consultant in OncoGenetics, and Clinical Director of Genomics, Royal Marsden Hospital, London
Professor Noel Clarke
Consultant Urological Surgeon, The Christie NHS Foundation Trust, Manchester; Professor of Urological Oncology, University of Manchester
Dr Nirupa Murugaesu
Consultant in Medical Oncology, St George's Hospital; Cancer Genomics Medical Lead for the London South Genomics Laboratory Hub
Dr Richard Simcock
Consultant Clinical Oncologist, University Hospitals Sussex, Brighton; National Clinical Adviser for Macmillan Cancer Support