Henry Kitchener

Professor Henry Kitchener, MD FRCOG FRCS(Glas) FMedSci, is a leading British expert in gynaecological oncology, based at the University of Manchester.[1] He is a fellow of the Academy of Medical Sciences.[2]

Professor Henry Kitchener
MD FRCOG FRCS(Glas) FMedSci
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Professor Kitchener, December 2009
Born
Henry Charles Kitchener

(1951-07-01) 1 July 1951 (age 71)
Glasgow, Scotland
NationalityBritish
Alma materUniversity of Glasgow
Known forHuman Papillomavirus
Cervical Cancer
Vaccines
Spouse(s)Valerie Kitchener
Scientific career
FieldsGynaecology
Oncology
Virology
InstitutionsUniversity of Manchester

ResearchEdit

Prof. Kitchener's work has centred on research into Human Papillomavirus ("HPV").[3]

He is an advocate of HPV testing and cervical screening for women,[4][5] and has led various trials for HPV vaccines, including a cervical screening of 25,000 women.[6]

His research has been funded by a number of groups, including the Medical Research Council, Cancer Research UK, Wellbeing of Women, and other national and local charities.[6]

CareerEdit

PublicationsEdit

Professor Kitchener is the author and co-author of numerous peer-reviewed journal articles and books including:

  • (2010) The development of priority cervical cancer trials: a Gynecologic Cancer InterGroup report. International journal of gynecological cancer, Official Journal of the International Gynecological Cancer Society, 20(6), 1092–100.
  • (2008) Informing adolescents about human papillomavirus vaccination: what will parents allow? Vaccine, 26( 18),
  • (2006) HPV testing in routine cervical screening: cross sectional data from the ARTISTIC trial. British Journal of Cancer, 95( 1), 56–61.
  • (2003) Management of women who test positive for high-risk types of human papillomavirus: the HART Study. The Lancet.

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ [1] Debrett's
  2. ^ [2] Academy of Medical Sciences
  3. ^ [3] Archived 20 March 2012 at the Wayback Machine|Manchester Cancer Research Centre
  4. ^ [4]|BBC
  5. ^ [5]|The Guardian
  6. ^ a b [6] Archived 23 December 2012 at archive.today University of Manchester