Trevor Graham is Professor of Cancer Evolution at the Barts Cancer Institute, QMUL, UK. His research focuses on measuring the evolutionary dynamics of cancer formation, and exploiting this knowledge to improve patient outcomes. His interdisciplinary laboratory combines expertise in genomics, bioinformatics and mathematical modelling. Trevor originally trained in mathematics before moving into cancer research during his doctoral and post-doctoral training.

Research interests

Cancer research has entered a period of Big Data, foremost genomic sequencing and high resolution imaging. The goal of Trevor Graham's research is to find simple explanations for patterns in these data, through the data-driven evaluation of simple mechanistic mathematical models of cancer evolution.