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Andrew Bateman

Consultant Clinical Oncologist


Clinical oncology



Gastrointestinal cancer



Dr Andrew Bateman was appointed Senior Lecturer, Cancer Sciences, University of Southampton in 2002 and was recipient of a Cancer Research UK Clinician Scientist award. He had graduated from St Bartholomew’s Hospital Medical School in 1989 and undertaken general medical training in London and the South East. He was appointed to a Clinical Oncology Registrar Training post at the Hammersmith Hospital in 1993, spent a year (’95-’96) in Christchurch, New Zealand, completing the FRCR in ’97. He then entered research as an ICRF clinical research fellow in the laboratory of Dr Richard Vile, initially at the Hammersmith and then subsequently in the Molecular Medicine Program, Mayo Clinic, Rochester, Minnesota.


In 2001-2 Dr Bateman completed his Clinical Oncology training at Mount Vernon Hospital, before obtaining a CR UK Clinician Scientist Fellowship and moving to Southampton. Here he has developed a clinical practice in gastrointestinal malignancy, a focus in clinical trials, and research in cancer immunology and immunotherapy.


MB BS, University of London (1989)
MRCP, Royal College of Physicians (1992)
FRCR, Royal College of Radiologists (1997)
PhD, Open University (2002)

Appointments Held

Clinical Research Fellow, Imperial Cancer Research Fund, 1997-98

Research Associate, Molecular Medicine Program, Mayo Clinic 1998-2001

Clinical Oncology Senior Registrar, Mount Vernon Hospital, 2001 – 2002

Senior Lecturer, Consultant Clinical Oncologist, University of Southampton 2002 – present


Information on Dr Bateman’s research and publications can be found on the University of Southampton website.

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