Dr Fiona Lalloo is a consultant in Cancer Genetics. She qualified from Newcastle University in 1990 and trained in adult medicine before moving into genetics in 1994. Her MD was undertaken on the genetics of breast and ovarian cancer. She was appointed consultant in 2001.
Dr Lalloo is involved with teaching of both undergraduates and postgraduate medicine devising, instigating and running the first national course on cancer genetics. She has maintained her research interest in breast and ovarian cancer, but has a particular interest in the inherited bowel cancers. She is the author of "Genetics for Oncologists" along with a number of book chapters. Her clinical interests include breast, ovarian and bowel cancer and endocrine malignancies. She has been a member of working groups for national and international guidelines for management of inherited bowel cancers and endocrine neoplasias.
Nationally, Dr Lalloo has been a committee member of both the Clinical Genetics Society, (CGS) and the UK Cancer Genetics Group (CGG). She is a former chair of the CGG.
She is currently a member of the Medical Genetics Clinical Reference Group.
Endocrine neoplasia and VHL clinics - St Mary’s Hospital.
Member, and ex-committee member, of British Society for Genetic Medicine
Chair of UK Cancer Genetics Group
Committee member of Clinical Genetics Society
Clinical Reference Group for Medical Genetics
InSight (International Society of Inherited Gastrointestinal Tumours)
Royal College of Physicians