Main Menu

Professor Emma Hall

Team Leader

The alt text
Professor Emma Hall is a medical statistician with a particular interest in clinical trials that aim to maximise the treatment of urological, and head and neck cancers. She is the Deputy Director of the Cancer Research UK-funded Clinical Trials and Statistics Unit. Team: ICR-CTSU Urology and Head and Neck trials

T 020 8722 4292

Biography

Professor Emma Hall is a Reader of Oncology Trials and Deputy Director of the Cancer Research UK-funded Clinical Trials and Statistics Unit at The Institute of Cancer Research (ICR-CTSU). She is a chartered statistician with over 20 years’ experience in the design, methodology and analysis of oncology clinical trials.

She is a member of two Clinical Studies Groups at the National Clinical Research Institute (NCRI): for Prostate and Bladder & Renal cancers. Professor Hall also co-chairs one of the four Workstreams at the NCRI's Clinical and Translational Radiotherapy Research Group (CTRad) that focuses on 'Phase 3 Trials and Methodology' and is a member of CTRad’s Executive Committee.

Professor Hall sits on the independent data monitoring and trial steering committees for a number of international and national clinical trials and is a member of the Marie Curie Research Funding Committee. She leads the ICR-CTSU’s portfolio of research in urological and head and neck cancers.

Her current research interests includes the design and analysis of radiotherapy trials, novel agent/biomarker studies in metastatic castrate resistance prostate cancer and trials evaluating the treatment and management of bladder and rarer genitourinary cancers.