Dr. James Kinross
Consultant Colorectal surgeon at King Edward VII’s Hospital & computational biologist interested in how bacteria cause disease and how big data can improve the precision of cancer therapy.
He was trained in Northwest London and at St. Mary’s Hospital and he was an NIHR Clinical Lecturer in Surgery and an Ethicon Laparoscopic Fellow in Colorectal Surgery. He performed his PhD at Imperial College London in 2010, which studied how bacteria in the gut modify inflammation after surgery. He was awarded a Royal College of Surgeons of England training fellowship during his PhD and he was funded by the Academy of Medical Sciences as an early stage lecturer. He is a visiting Professor at the Royal College of Surgeons of Ireland.
He is currently funded by the NIHR, Bowel and Cancer research and the Imperial BRC. You can follow him on Twitter at @bowelsurgeon. He has published over 60 peer reviewed papers and authored several book chapters on surgery.
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