Hamish B. Wallace
University of Edinburgh
Dr Hamish B Wallace is a consultant in Paediatric Oncology at the RHSC, Edinburgh since 1992. He became a Leukaemia Research Fund Research Fellow under the guidance of Professor Steve Shalet in Manchester in the late 1980s when he developed my research interest in the late endocrine effects of the treatment of childhood cancer and completed my MD thesis. His main research interest is in fertility outcome and fertility preservation for cancer patients. He is the Chair of the CCLG Hodgkin’s Lymphoma Working Group (since 2002) and President of the European Network for Paediatric Hodgkin’s Lymphoma (since 2007). Wallace is a co-author of over 130 peer-reviewed publications, and four books. Most recently he co-edited with Prof Dan Green a multi-author book on “Late effects of the treatment of Childhood Cancer” and with Prof Chris Kelnar a book on “Endocrine complications of the treatment of childhood cancer”. He is the the co- founder and organiser for ESLCCC, a biannual conference on the late effects of the treatment of childhood cancer. Dr Wallace was Lead Clinician for the Children’s and Young Peoples MCN for Cancer in Scotland “CATSCAN” from 2007 to 2010. He is currently the Registrar of the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health.
Fertility outcome and fertility preservation for cancer patients.