The work of the UK COVID cancer programme to safeguard, evaluate and protect cancer patients during the coronavirus pandemic was possible through the hard work and incredible endeavours by our junior research team.
Our network is very grateful for the following indivuals for their contributions to our mission for those with cancer during the pandemic.
|Sanskriti Swarup||Christ Church, University of Oxford||Sanskriti is interested in emergency medicine, infectious diseases and oncology; particularly targeted cancer treatments and preventative cancer medicine|
|Keeley Bernhardt||Magdalen, University of Oxford||Keeley is interested in critical care, oncology and infectious diseases|
|Jola Bytyci||St John’s, University of Oxford||Jola is interested in oncology, infectious diseases and paediatric medicine|
|Susie Ying||St John’s, University of Oxford||Susie is interested in pursuing a career in surgery and is interested in global health and cancer and covid research|
|Nathan Appanna||Hertford College, University of Oxford||Nathan is interested in oncology, surgery, diabetes and metabolism, primary care|
|Sukhmunni Johal||St Peter’s College, University of Oxford||Sukmunni has an interest in oncology, global health and infectious diseases.|
|Remarez Sheehan||St Peter’s College, University of Oxford||Remarez is interested in oncological surgery, global surgery and surgical robotics.|