Dr Andrew Sharkey
Andrew Sharkey studied Natural Sciences at Christ’s College, Cambridge before undertaking a PhD on the genetics of malaria (plasmodium chabaudi) at University of Edinburgh. He has since returned to Cambridge as Associate Lecturer in Department of Pathology and a member of the Centre for Trophoblast Research, as well as being the Director of Studies in Pre-clinical Medicine at Robinson College. His research interests are the interaction of the maternal immune system with the placenta, placental development and causes of pre-eclampsia.
Dr Gary Doherty
Gary Doherty came to read Medicine at Trinity College, Cambridge and graduated with a MB BChir and a PhD. He then undertook specialist training in Oncology and obtained his MRCP (London). He is now Consultant in Medical Oncology specialising in Lung Oncology and Neuro-oncology at Addenbrooke’s and the Royal Papworth Hospitals, being the second Medical Oncologist specialising in central nervous system tumours appointed in the UK. He is also the Director of Studies in Medicine and Chair of the Visual Arts Committee at Robinson College. His research interests are thoracic and central nervous system malignancies; brain metastases and translational oncology.