Professor Trevor Powles CBE
QualificationsPhD FRCP CBE
Diagnosis, prevention and treatment of breast cancer.
Training & background:
Trevor Powles is Emeritus Professor of Breast Oncology at the Institute of Cancer Research, London. Until 2003 he was Head of Breast Cancer at the Royal Marsden Hospital. He was also Divisional Medical Director of Common Cancers and previously Chairman of the Clinical Research Committee at the Royal Marsden.
He is now Consultant Breast Oncologist and Medical Director at Cancer Centre London at Parkside.
Professor Powles holds medical specialist accreditations in endocrinology and medical oncology and a PhD in molecular pathology of breast cancer. His clinical and research work has focused on the prevention, risk assessment, diagnosis, and early treatment of breast cancer.
Professor Powles has been visiting Professor at the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, Harvard Medical School, Boston, Tom Baker Cancer Centre, University of Calgary, Canada, and MD Anderson Cancer Centre, Houston, Texas.
He has published and lectured widely on the diagnosis, prevention and treatment of breast cancer. He has won awards including the Komen Brinker award for outstanding contribution to breast cancer research and the All Party Parliamentary Group award for his lifetime contribution to breast cancer care. In 2002 he was awarded a CBE in recognition of his services to breast cancer.
Professor Powles is actively involved in charity work as a patron of Breast Cancer Care, and is a Trustee of Breakthrough Breast Cancer and the Breast Cancer Research Trust.
Please note these are regular clinics, other times may be available by appointment
M: Monthly sessions A: Alternate weeks
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In 2013 Professor Trevor Powles and his twin brother, Professor Ray Powles, won the Pride of Britain Lifetime Achievement Award for their lifelong work in the battle against cancer. The award was presented by Prime Minister David Cameron at an ceremony broadcast on ITV.