Professor Ian Ellis

Professor of Cancer Pathology, Division of Cancer and Stem Cells, School of Medicine, Nottingham University, Honorary Consultant Pathologist Nottingham City Hospital

Professor Ian Ellis

Professor of Cancer Pathology, Division of Cancer and Stem Cells, School of Medicine, Nottingham University, Honorary Consultant Pathologist Nottingham City Hospital
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Biography

Professor Ian Ellis has been involved in the practice of pathology for thirty five years and has an international reputation in clinical and translational research in breast disease, particularly classification and molecular pathology of breast cancer and evaluation of prognostic factors. Author of over 600 peer reviewed scientific publications, chapters in medical textbooks and specialist textbooks in pathology and an experienced lecturer being a founder member of the faculty of the Nottingham Blamey International Breast Education Centre. His H factor is over 80. In 2010 He was named as one of the top 20 most influential people in the field of breast cancer research in the world and in 2015 named as No 8 in the top 100 most influential laboratory medicine professionals in the world.

He is immediate Past President of the Pathological Society of Great Britain and Ireland. He has been Specialty Advisor to The Royal College of Pathologists, and is past Chairman of the UK National Co-ordinating Committee for Breast Pathology. He has acted as an advisor to the DoH, UICC, WHO and IARC. He is Medical Director of Source Bioscience plc. In 2011 he was awarded Honorary Fellowship of the Royal College of Pathologists of Australia. He retired from his full time University and Honorary NHS consultant post at the end of August 2015, returning on a part time basis in October 2015.