Dr Frank Saran

Dr Frank Saran is a Consultant Clinical Oncologist based at The Royal Marsden Hospital.

Dr Saran moved to the Marsden in 2001 and is the head of the Neuro-Oncology Unit at The Marsden. Prior to this appointment he worked as a Consultant Clinical Oncologist at Velindre Hospital, Cardiff focussing on the management of primary CNS and spinal cord tumours as well as non-conformal radiotherapy for children with malignant tumours.

His academic and clinical focus is the management of patients requiring complex radiotherapy,conformal high-precision radiotherapy aiming to maximise tumour control while minimising the risk of potential long term side effects as well as novel systemic therapy approaches in primary CNS tumours. 

Dr Saran is regularly invited to give lectures on his subjects of expertise both internationally and nationally. He is member of many societies and national working groups including ESTRO, RCR, CCLG, NCRI Paediatric CNS tumour group and SIOP-E Brain Tumour Working Group.

Additional Info

  • Surname (for filtering): Saran
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  • Type of specialist: Clinical Oncologist
  • Qualifications: MD FRCR
  • Specialist Interests: Brain tumours, Specialist Radiotherapy, Gamma Knife (SRS), Spinal Cord Tumours
  • NHS Base: The Royal Marsden NHS Foundation Trust
  • Private Clinic(s): Harley St Clinic, London Clinic, LOC London, Bupa Cromwell Hospital
  • Locations: South East & London
  • General Specialization: Brain
  • Others: Brain tumours, Specialist Radiotherapy, Gamma Knife (SRS), Spinal Cord Tumours

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