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medical oncology educator

Raoul Charles Coombes, British medical oncology educator. Recipient awards Medical Research Council & Cyclic Redundancy Check, 1986-1988. Fellow Royal College of Physicians; member British Association Cancer Research, American Association Cancer Research.

Background

Coombes, Raoul Charles was born on April 20, 1949 in Swindon, Wiltshire, England. Son of Raoul Charles and Doreen Mars (Ellis) Coombes.

Education

Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery, University London, 1971. Doctor of Medicine, Doctor of Philosophy, London University, 1981.

Career

Senior clinical scientist Ludwig Institute Cancer Research, London, 1978-1986. Consultant physician Royal Marsden Hospital, Sutton, England, 1978-1986. Consultant medical oncologist St. Georges Hospital, London, 1986-1990.

Professor medical oncology, head department Charing Cross Hospital, Westminster Medical School, Fulham, London, since 1990. Head department cancer medicine Imperial College School Medicine/Hammersmith Hospital, London, since 1998. Honorary consultant, medical oncologist Charing Cross Hospital, London, since 1990.

Member cell board Medical Research Council. grants committee Cyclic Redundancy Check.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Editor 2 books on breast cancer. Contributor 320 articles on breast cancer to professional journals. Patentee on antistrogen for breast cancer.

Membership

Fellow Royal College of Physicians. Member British Association Cancer Research, American Association Cancer Research.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Painting.

Connections

Married Caroline Sarah Oakes, July 24, 1984. Children: Jack, Sophie, Matilda.

father:
Raoul Charles Coombes

mother:
Doreen Mars (Ellis) Coombes

spouse:
Caroline Sarah Oakes

child:
Jack Coombes

child:
Sophie Coombes

child:
Matilda Coombes