Dr Fin Slevin
- Position: Cancer Research UK Clinical Trials Fellow and Honorary Consultant in Clinical Oncology
- Areas of expertise: clinical oncology; radiotherapy; uro-oncology; clinical trials
- Email: F.M.Slevin@leeds.ac.uk
I am a Cancer Research UK Clinical Trial Fellow at University of Leeds and Honorary Consultant in Clinical Oncology at Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust. I completed a BSc with Honours of the First Class in Medicine at University of St Andrews in 2007 and MBChB with Honours and Distinction at University of Manchester in 2010. I completed a PhD in technical radiotherapy research within the Cancer Research UK Advanced Radiotherapy Network (ART-NET) programme at University of Leeds in March 2022. I commenced a Cancer Research UK Clinical Trial Fellowship in April 2022. I completed my Clinical Oncology training at Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust and was awarded my Certificate of Completion of Training (CCT) in May 2022. I was appointed as an Honorary Consultant in Clinical Oncology at University of Leeds and Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust in November 2022.
My current research is focused on the design, set-up and conduct of radiotherapy clinical trials. I am Co-Chief Investigator of the Yorkshire Cancer Research-funded Pelvis Or Involved Node Treatment: Eradicating Recurrence in Prostate Cancer (POINTER-PC) UK multicentre phase 3 randomised controlled trial. I am interested in novel radiotherapy techniques, including stereotactic radiotherapy, proton beam therapy and the delivery of a second course of radiotherapy close to a previously treated area (known as re-irradiation). My clinical practice is focused on Uro-oncology (prostate and bladder cancers).
- BSc (Hons)
I am a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (FHEA), awarded under the University of Leeds Professional Recognition in Student Education (PRiSE) scheme in August 2020. I am Co-Lead for the Cancer and Continuing Care module for 4th year medical students at University of Leeds.
Research groups and institutes
- Leeds Institute of Medical Research at St James's
- The Radiotherapy Research Group