Dr Pierre Martin-Hirsch
Job title: Consultant Gynaecological Oncologist and Gynaecologist
Department: Obstetrics and Gynaecology
Telephone number: 01772 524442
Primary medical qualification: MBCHB
Other qualifications: BSc FROG MD
Year of registration: 1987
GMC number: 420391
Specialist training in obstetrics and gynaecology, NW Deanery .
Wellbeing Research Fellow, St James's University Hospital, Leeds
RCOG Subspecialty Trainee/ Lecturer in Gynaecological Oncology, Manchester University / Christie / St Mary’s Hospital .
Consultant Gynaecological Oncologist and Gynaecologist for Lancashire Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust (2001-present),
Trust Lead for Gynaecological Oncology
Hon Professor Lancaster University , Hon SL UCLAN, Editor BJOG & Secretary of British Colposcopy Society, Executive Board of International Federation of Colposcopy , North West Coastal research network lead for Reproductive Health and Gynaecological Oncology
Specialist areas: Gynaecological oncology; colposcopy; vulval / vaginal precancer; oncology training
Specialist Interests: Minimal access surgery, Vulval disorders , colposcopy, ovarian cancer surgery, patient information
Research interests: Evidence Based Practice in Gynaecological oncology, Imaging, Surgery in ovarian Cancer, Follow-up care, Patient information, Translational research, outcomes after treatment of cervical pre-cancer. >100 published papers. Supervision of academic trainees, clinical research fellows undertaking MDs, PHD students.
Clinics: Gynaecological Oncology Clinic; Colposcopy Clinic; Vulva CLinic; Gynaecology Clinic
Improving Outcomes in Gynaecological Oncology;
H.C. Kitchener, P.L. Martin-Hirsch 1997 NHS Executive
Pilot Study of Photodynamic Therapy For VIN / CIN
P.L. Martin-Hirsch, HC. Kitchener 1997 Central Manchester R+D
Supra-regional Audit of Maternity Care for Pregnant Adolescents
M.W. Seif, P.L. Martin-Hirsch, M. Maresh 1998 North West R+D
R.C.T. evaluating strategies to improve compliance for colposcopyA. Tomlinson, P.L. Martin-Hirsch 1998
Central Manchester R+D
R.C.T evaluating a novel collection device for cervical cytology
P.L. Martin-Hirsch, H. Kitchener 2000 Ampersand International
Cochrane / Systematic Reviews in Cervical Screening
P.L. Martin-Hirsch., M. Arbyn 2005 Cochrane Collaboration
Characterisation of cervical cells employing photothermal micro-spectroscopy +
Characterisation of DNA adducts in endometrium 2005+2006
P.L. Martin-Hirsch, F. Martin .LTHT and Rosemere Cancer Charity
Synucleins as Biomarkers and Potential Targets for Intervention in Cancer Progression
Dr. O El-Agnaf, P.Martin-Hirsch, S Aswad, F Martin 2005
Terry Fox Fund for Cancer Research
Human Ovarian Cancer: Stem Cells & Drug Resistance 2006
Professor Hassan T Hassan, P.L. Martin-Hirsch
NHS Cochrane Collaboration Programme Grant Scheme
Diagnosis and treatment of gynaecological cancer: improving the evidence for the NHS 2007
Khalid Khan, Sudha Sundhar, Pierre Martin-Hirsch, Trcey Roberts, Peter Guest Clinical Effectiveness of PET-CT imaging in restaging cervical cancer: systematic review and economic modelling: HTA June 2010
Andrea Rockall, Jon Hill, Pierre Martin-Hirsch, Sundha Sudhar, Richard Edmunson and Colleagues Prospective study evaluating PET in diagnosing lymph node disease in uterine and cervical cancer: Preston / Barts / Cambridge / Birmingham CRUK funded Nov 2010
C. Williams, P. Martin-Hirsch, R. Naik, J. Morrison S. Kehoe Optimising care, diagnosis and treatment pathways to ensure cost effectiveness and best practice in gynaecological cancer: improving the evidence for the NHS: NIHR Cochrane Collaboration Programme Grant Scheme Jan 2011
K. Beaver, P. Martin-Hirsch A.Tomlinson, S Williamson, C. Sutton Comparing hospital and telephone follow-up for women treated for endometrial cancer (ENDOCAT: Endometrial Cancer telephone follow-up trial. RFPB April 2011
Towards disease diagnosis through spectrochemical imaging of tissue architecture.
Engineering and Physics Research Council April 2013 : Weightman and colleagues.
Liverpool / Lancaster Universities I am a clinical partner with Lancashire Teaching Hospitals as the healthcare partner
Development of multimedia patient information resources for all cancers; Rosemere Cancer Charity 2014
We're part of a new research trial that could save the lives of women with early cervical cancer
A member of staff at Lancashire Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust has been appointed into a high profile, national role.
A member of staff at Lancashire Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust has led on the publication of a report providing new evidence on the effectiveness of a cervical cancer vaccination.