Dr Hariharan Kuhan joined the team in June 2019. He completed his undergraduate medical training at Imperial College London where he graduated with a BSc in Surgery and Anaesthesia. He performed his foundation and core medical training in London, working at hospitals such as St Mary’s and St Bartholomew’s. He has gained significant experience working in Medical Oncology at centres of excellence such as St Bartholomew’s, University College London and Royal Marsden Hospitals.
Following a research fellowship at Barts Cancer Institute where he gained laboratory experience targeting metabolic pathways in cancer stem cells and circulating tumour cells, he went on to develop translational phase 1 trials based on his pre-clinical work. He attained a clinical fellow role working in an early phase trials unit, the Sarah Cannon Research Institute UK, where he was lead sub-investigator for a variety of solid tumour trials.
Dr Kuhan continues to play an active role in clinical research and drug development. His strong background in mainstream oncology coupled with his trials experience and research work in metabolic targeting make him an excellent fit with the existing medical team at the clinic.