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Prof. Gordon Stamp
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Gordon qualified in Medicine at Liverpool University in 1978 (MB ChB), Membership of the Royal College of Pathologists by examination in 1986, subsequently becoming a Fellow of the Royal College of pathologists in 1995. He held Academic appointments at Hammersmith Hospital & Imperial College London culminating in appointment as Imperial College Chairman of the Department of Histopathology and Honorary Consultant Pathologist to the Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust in 1997.

Mr Stamp is  also Visiting Scientific Consultant in Experimental Histopathology at the Francis Crick Institute, London. Gordon’sfinal NHS post was Professor of Cancer Pathology in the Institute of Cancer Research, and Consultant in Histopathology in the Department of Histopathology at the Royal Marsden Hospital London from Nov 2009 until Apr 2014 when I retired from NHS practice.

 

Prof. Stamp has an international reputation in Diagnostic Surgical Pathology of Cancer. He has contributed to a variety of committees, including Chairing the MRC UK Stem Cell Bank steering committee and a board member or director of 4 other research tissue banks, the Royal College of Pathologists, CRUK, as well as achieving productive academic/diagnostic partnerships with many pharmaceutical, biotechnology and healthcare companies.

Research Grants

  • Responsible for annual funding of £650,000 from CRUK Experimental Histopathology Laboratory until 2015
  • Awarded in the region of £4.5 million in peer-reviewed grants since 1995 from CRUK, MRC, Wellcome Trust and others
  • Received a total of almost £900,000 of Collaborative Industrial Grant Funding

Peer reviewed Publications – 1980-2017

Over 320 full scientific publications in highly rated journals including Cell, Nature, PNAS and Nature Genetics in the fields of carcinogenesis, diagnostic histopathology and inflammatory disorders.

Abstracts

Approximately 700 Scientific abstracts from 1990 to the present day.