Urological cancers, testicular cancer, prostate cancer, bladder cancer, rare tumours, IMRT, IGRT, chemotherapy, hormonal therapy and biological therapy.
Special clinical interests
Urology, germ cell tumours, advanced radiotherapy and rare cancers.
Radiotherapy for paediatric renal tumours, advanced radiotherapy for bladder cancer.
- Fellow of the Royal College of Radiologists.
- Children's Cancer and Leukaemia Group.
- Paediatric Radiation Oncology Society.
- SIOP Wilms' Tumour Group.
Current NHS post
Consultant Oncologist, Nottingham City Hospital.
Profile of Dr Daniel Saunders
Dr Daniel Saunders has been a consultant in clinical oncology in Nottingham since 2009 and became Head of Service at NUH in 2011. He has developed a successful prostate IMRT programme at NUG and is involved in establishing a national adaptive radiotherapy trial for patients with bladder cancer. he has a particular interest in paediatric radiotherapy and the treatment of uncommon tumours using advanced radiotherapy techniques. Dr Saunders passionately believes that, despite the significant advances in treatment technology that patients deserve an individualised approach which integrates evidence on best available practice with their individual needs.
His clinical interests include the comprehensive oncological management of patients with prostate and bladder cancer, germ cell tumours and sarcoma. He has led the development of IMRT and IGRT for prostate cancer at NUH and became Head of Service (Oncology and Radiotherapy) at NUH in 2011.