Institute of Epidemiology & Health Care


Henry Goodfellow

Henry Goodfellow

Henry is an academic GP trainee on the Royal Free Hospital training scheme. His time

is split evenly between GP practice and academic work. He has a PhD in developmental genetics where he studied the Role of chromatin in the expression of Notch target genes. He then studied medicine at King's College London where he published several papers in Urology on the staging of bladder cancer and the centralisation of radical cystectomies.

He is currently working on the project "Living Well with Oesophageal Cancer" where he is designing a digital health invention (DHI) to support Oesophageal cancer patients in North London.