Nuada Medical Specialist Imaging
Dr. Stephen Harland - referring oncologist
Dr. Stephen Harland MD MSc FRCP
Consultant Medical Oncologist
University College London Hospital
Tel: 020 7380 9287
Fax: 020 7380 9055
Dr Harland trained in medical oncology at the Royal Marsden Hospital following 3 years of research on clinical pharmacology (Hammersmith Hospital) and biochemical pharmacology (Institute of Cancer Research, Sutton). His MD thesis was on mechanisms of resistance to chemotherapy in human tumours.
He worked as a senior lecturer in medical oncology for a year in Glasgow before being appointed to the Institute of Urology, UCL. His base was at the Middlesex and is now at the UCH Oncology Department.
His clinical and research work is on testis, bladder, prostate and penis cancers. He has been the Urology Tumour Board chairman for the North London Cancer Network and is currently the vice-chairman of the UCLH urology multi-disciplinary team. He has served for many years on the MRC/NCRI working party for testis cancer and chaired the bladder cancer working party. He currently chairs the NCRI Castration-Resistant Prostate Cancer Subgroup. Within UCL medical school he leads on undergraduate oncology teaching.
- Penis cancers
Harland S J, Cook P A, Fossa S D et al. Intra-tubular germ cell neoplasia of the contralateral testis in testicular cancer: defining a high risk group. J Urol (1998) 160: 1353-7.
Harland SJ, Kynaston H, Grigor K et al. A randomized trial of radical radiotherapy for the management of pT1G3 NXM0 transitional cell carcinoma of the bladder. J Urol. (2007) 178 (3 Pt 1): 807-13
Birtle A J, Newby J C, Harland S J. Epirubicin, Carboplatin and 5-fluouacil (ECarboF) chemotherapy in metastatic hormone refractory prostate cancer. Br J Cancer (2004) 91: 1472-6.
Harland SJ, Rapley EA, Nicholson PW. Do all patients with bilateral testis cancer have a hereditary predisposition? Int J Andrology (2007) 30: 251-5.Nicholson P W, Harland S J. Survival prospects after screen-detection of prostate cancer. BJU International (2002) 90, 686-93.