Dr Simon Crabb BSc, MBBS, MRCP, PhD
Associate Professor in Medical Oncology
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Dr Simon Crabb is Associate Professor in Medical Oncology within Medicine at the University of Southampton.
Dr Crabb graduated in medicine from St George’s Hospital Medical School, London in 1996. He joined the University of Southampton in 2002 as a Cancer Research UK Clinical Research Fellow and was awarded his PhD in 2006 for work involving novel histone deacetylase inhibitors. Following a Clinical Research Fellowship at the BC Cancer Agency in Vancouver, he returned to the Cancer Sciences Unit in Southampton where he now works as an Associate Professor and Honorary Consultant in Medical Oncology.
Dr Crabb’s research interests are in epigenetic therapeutic agents, mechanisms of systemic treatment resistance and the development of molecularly targeted therapeutic strategies. Primarily these interests are applied to bladder cancer and prostate cancer. In addition to laboratory work, he is an active clinical and translational researcher who leads and collaborates on a number of early phase clinical trials for genitourinary cancers.
BSc, Biochemistry, University of London, 1993
MBBS, Medicine, University of London, 1996
MRCP, Royal College of Physicians, 2000
PhD, University of Southampton, 2006
Associate Professor in Medical Oncology, University of Southampton Faculty of Medicine
Honorary Consultant in Medical Oncology, University Hospital Southampton NHS Foundation Trust