Dr Fiona Blackhall is a Consultant Medical Oncologist based at The Christie Foundation NHS Trust in Manchester.
She is Lung Cancer Research Group Lead at Manchester Cancer Research Centre and the Lung Disease Group Chair at The Christie.
Dr Blackhall was a undergraduate at St Andrews and Manchester Universities. She undertook an intercalated BSc in St Andrews in the laboratory of Dr Peter Bryant in the field of radiobiology and DNA repair, and commenced Medical Oncology training at The Christie Hospital in 1995.
Dr Blackhall's overall objective is to contribute clinically relevant lung cancer research to improve outcomes for lung cancer patients and ultimately to make lung cancer a less common and less deadly disease.
Dr Fiona Blackhall holds Memberships of Committees and Professional Bodies on:
The British Thoracic Oncology Group; European Thoracic Oncology Platform; European Society of Medical Oncology (Faculty Member); American Society of Clinical Oncology (Faculty Member; Advanced Disease Subgroup member, NCRI Lung Clinical Studies Group; and The International Association for the Study of Lung Cancer (Faculty Member)