We are the Prostate Cancer research group located at the Imperial Centre for Translational and Experimental Medicine at Hammersmith Hospital. Our group is headed by Professor Charlotte Bevan, Professor of Cancer Biology at Imperial College London. We are working in collaboration with Mr Mathias Winkler and Professor Hashim Ahmed, Consultant Urological Surgeons at Charing Cross Hospital, Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust.

We also collaborate with a number of other researchers and clinicians from other institutes and organisations. 

EXOPRO Investigators

EXOPRO Collaborators

  • Dr Victoria James

    Dr Victoria James

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    Dr Victoria James Assistant Professor in Cancer Biology and Gene Expression, University of Nottingham

  • Mr Bijan Khoubehi

    Bijan Khoubehi

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    Mr Bijan Khoubehi Consultant Urological Surgeon, Chelsea and Westminster Hospital

  • Professor Andrea Rockall

    Professor Andrea Rockall

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    Professor Andrea Rockall Chair Professor of Radiology, Department of Surgery and Cancer, Imperial College London

  • Dr Andrew Smith


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    Dr Andrew Smith Consultant Histopathologist, Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust

Mr Keith Baily - PPI Representative

Keith Bailey is 71 years old and retired in 2009 after a 39 year career in the Metropolitan Police Service.  In 2002 he was diagnosed with prostate cancer and in the same year underwent radical robotic prostatectomy at Guys Hospital.

After his recovery, he wanted to give time to helping in the battle against prostate cancer and joined Prostate Cancer UK’s Grants Advisory Panel as a lay advisor, assessing funding applications and providing recommendations to the Grants Advisory Board to inform their decisions from a patient’s perspective.

This process was changed in 2009 to one which sought to provide patient centred advice and guidance to prostate cancer research projects earlier in the process in a more practical way and Keith has been involved in several projects in 2019, working with project teams, providing advice and guidance on the preparation of research funding applications and also in the preparation of literature and website structure and content.


Study references and licenses: IRAS 262452, JRCO 19HH5065, NHS REC 19/LO/0754
ClinicalTrials.gov Identifier: NCT04167722 
Pathology reference number: QN862