Tim Meyer is Professor of Experimental Cancer Medicine at UCL and Honorary Consultant in Medical Oncology at the Royal Free and ULCH Hospitals. He is Director of the Comprehensive NIHR UCH Clinical Research Facility and also Joint Director of the UCL Experimental Cancer Medicine Centre.
He was awarded his BSc in Physiology and his Medical Degree at UCL and practised general medicine before specialising in Medical Oncology. He won a Clinical Research Training Fellowship from the Imperial Cancer Research Fund and was awarded his PhD in 1999. In 2002 he was appointed to his current post in which he specialises in the management of hepatocellular and neuroendocrine cancer. He leads a large portfolio of clinical trials and runs a translational research program in the UCL Cancer Institute which is focussed on the utility of circulating tumour cells as biomarkers in cancer.
He sits on the NCRI Hepatobiliary subgroup, is Co-Chair of the ILCA Systemic Therapy SIG and Joint Cancer Theme Lead for the NIHR Rare Disease TRC.