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Name: Andrew Hartley
Job Title: Consultant Clinical Oncologist, Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham
Date Joined: November 2002
What I do:

Clinical Interests: Radiotherapy for oropharyngeal and nasopharyngeal

Teaching: Leader of Radiobiology Module, MSc Oncology, University of

Research (interests): The effects of synchronous chemotherapy on
radiobiological parameters; the radiobiology of large fractions delivered
during stereotactic radiotherapy (cyber knife)

Research (trials): Member of the Trial Steering Committee of the DEESCALATE and ARCHIMEDES studies

Research (recent peer review papers):

1. Pettit L, Meade S, Sanghera P, Glaholm J, Wyatt R, Hartley A. Panoramic
radiobiological modeling of the contribution of concomitant chemotherapy to
biological effective dose in squamous cell carcinoma Cancer and Clinical
Oncology 2013 (in press)
2. Meade S, Sanghera P, Glaholm J, Hartley A. Models of acute mucosal tolerance
to radiotherapy alone applied to synchronous chemoradiation schedules in head
and neck cancer. Tumour Biol. 2013 Oct 9.
3. Meade S, McConkey C, Sanghera P, Mehanna H, Hartley A. Revised
radiobiological modeling of the contribution of synchronous chemotherapy to the
rate of grades 3-4 mucositis in head and neck cancer. Journal of Medical Imaging
and Radiation Oncology 2013; 57(6):733-8
4. Meade S, Sanghera P, McConkey C, Fowler J, Fountzilas G, Glaholm J, Hartley
A. Revising the radiobiological model of synchronous chemotherapy in head-andneck cancer: A new analysis examining reduced weighting of accelerated
repopulation. International Journal of Radiation Oncology Biology Physics 2013;
5. Pettit L, Meade S, Sanghera P, Glaholm J, Geh JI, Hartley A. Can radiobiological
parameters derived from squamous cell carcinoma of the head and neck be used to
predict local control in anal cancer treated with chemoradiation? Br J Radiol
[Internet]. 2013; 86(1021)

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