Juliet Gray is a Professor of Paediatric Oncology, working in the Department of Paediatric Oncology at Southampton Children's Hospital and the Centre for Cancer Immunology at the University of Southampton. Her main clinical and research interest is in neuroblastoma and cancer immunotherapy. She leads a translational research group focused on the development of novel antibody therapies, and also leads a number of international clinical trials for children with neuroblastoma.
- Developing novel immunotherapies for neuroblastoma
Current PhD Students
External roles and responsibilities
Juliet Gray completed undergraduate medical training at Queens' College, Cambridge, and the Royal Free Hospital School of Medicine. After graduating, she undertook specialist training in paediatric oncology at Great Ormond Street, the Royal Marsden and Southampton Children's hospitals. During her training she was awarded a Cancer Research UK Clinical Research Fellowship (2002-2006) and an NIHR Clinical Lectureship, which she undertook at the University of Southampton. This enabled her to compelte a PhD and post-doctoral training in cancer immunotherapy.
She was appointed as a Consultant in Paediatric Oncology at Southampton Children's Hospital in 2010, with a continued academic appointment at the University. She has clinical and research expertise in neuroblastoma. She chairs the UK NCRI Neuroblastoma subgroup and the European research network (SIOPEN) Clinical Trials committe, and leads a number of international neuroblastoma trials.
- ‘Outstanding Principal Investigator’ CRN Wessex Awards 2018: (2018)
- Solving Kids Cancer Research Hero (2022)