Dr Matthew Griffin
MBChB (Hons), MRCP (UK), MSc, Oncology FRCR
Radiotherapy, Chemotherapy, Hormonal Therapy, Biological Therapy
Current NHS Post
Nottingham City Hospital
Breast Cancer, Head & Neck Cancer, Neuro-oncology
Ovarian Cancer, Breast CancerProfessional Memberships
- Fellow of the Royal College of Radiologists
Dr Griffin specialises in using radiotherapy and chemotherapy to treat breast cancer, brain tumours, and head and neck cancers. He uses intensity modulated radiotherapy (IMRT) with image guidance (IGRT) routinely in his clinical practice for the treatment of complex head and neck and brain tumours and has recently also started using IMRT for all breast cancers. In his NHS post in Nottingham he is chair of the specialty clinical governance group and is departmental audit lead for oncology, facilitating participation in local and national audit projects to ensure they deliver best clinical practice.
The Nottingham Oncology Group has extensive experience treating patients with chemotherapy...
The clinical oncologists in The Nottingham Oncology Group are all fully qualified in the use of high-quality...
Hormonal therapy may be used to treat cancers that may otherwise grow in response to...
These newer cancer treatments are more targeted than standard chemotherapy – usually to a specific...
From the welcome on arrival, to the psychologist, nurses or physiotherapist we have access to a...