Professor Mike Lind is Foundation Professor of Oncology and has been involved in clinical oncology for 25 years, specialising in lung cancer.
Professor Lind qualified in 1981 from Guy’s Hospital. He undertook his training in oncology at Guy’s, the Christie Hospital, and Newcastle upon Tyne. In 1992 he was appointed senior lecturer in medical oncology, and to the foundation chair of oncology at the University of Hull in 1998.
His major area of interest is in thoracic malignancy. He chairs the NCIN lung site specific clinical reference group.
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