UCL Cancer Institute


Online: Clinical Seminar Series - Michael Kosmin

05 May 2021, 10:00 am–10:45 am


Dr Michael Kosmin, Consultant Clinical Oncologist UCLH, presents: 'Glioblastoma - the evolution of multimodality treatment and its future directions.'

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Veronica Dominguez

Correction: This seminar will be at 10:00am not 12:00pm. Seminar recording available to view below.  

Hosted by: Prof Daniel Hochhauser

Clinical outcomes for patients with glioblastoma remain poor, with little progress evident over the last decade. Strategies that have led to improvements in other cancers have not shown similar benefits in this disease. This seminar will cover key milestones in the evolution of the evidence base for the treatment of glioblastoma, what we can learn in order to optimise our current strategies, and future directions including the adaptation and personalisation of radiotherapy and multimodality treatments.


Dr Michael Kosmin is a Consultant Clinical Oncologist in the Neuro-Oncology team at UCLH and the National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery, and an Honorary Clinical Senior Lecturer at the Cancer Institute, UCL.

Seminar recording 

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View other seminars in the series: Clinical Seminar Series