King’s College London, Co-Chair, Session 1

Dr. Ng is the Head of School of Cancer and Pharmaceutical Sciences/Richard Dimbleby Professor of Cancer Research, King’s College London and Professor of Molecular Oncology at University College London (UCL) Cancer Institute. He has a mix of training/expertise in medicine, immunology, cancer cell biology, biochemistry, optical imaging and cell biophysics. Most recently he has expanded his imaging repertoire to the development of radionuclide imaging tracers against targeted molecules. The central mission is to deliver a coherent & translationally oriented Imaging-OMIC combination approach for clinical studies. Tissue and circulating exosome-based omics have been combined successfully with the use of clinical imaging to individualize cancer treatment. Dr. Ng has directed the CRUK-funded KCL-UCL Comprehensive Cancer Imaging Centre since 2008. He was elected as a Fellow to the Academy of Medical Sciences in 2013 and to the European Academy of Cancer Sciences in 2017.

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