Professor Gordon Rustin

Medical oncologist in London


Professor Gordon Rustin areas of expertise:

Professional statement

Professor Gordon Rustin is an internationally recognised, highly experienced consultant medical oncologist based at the Mount Vernon Cancer Centre and BMI BIshops Wood Hospital, located in North London. Professor Rustin qualified from the Middlesex Hospital in 1971, and was later appointed Senior Lecturer in medical oncology at Charing Cross Hospital in 1984. He moved full-time to Mount Vernon Hospital in 1995, taking the position of Director of Medical Oncology. His areas of specialist interest include ovarian cancer, testicular cancer, gynaecological oncology, and he is involved in ongoing research and new drug development for the treatment of gynaecological and testicular cancers. 

Professor Rustin is widely published, with over 320 papers to his name on the management of gynaecological cancers, germ cell tumours, the use of tumour markers, and on phase I, II, and III trials. He was awarded an honorary professorship in 2001 by UCL, later becoming the professor of cancer therapy at the Institute of Cancer Research. 

Diseases, Medical Tests and Treatments

This website uses our own and third-party Cookies to compile information with the aim of improving our services, to show you advertising related to your preferences as well analysing your browsing habits. You can change your settings HERE.