Mr Andrew Brodbelt
Andrew Brodbelt is a consultant neurosurgeon and the lead for neurooncology at the Walton Centre NHS Foundation trust, and an honorary senior clinical lecturer at Liverpool University.
BSc(HONS, MBChB, FRCSEd(Neuro.Surg) PhD
Research and Clinical Interests
His research interests include epidemiology of brain tumour patients, long term survivors of Glioblastoma, and Tumour treating fields.
Andrew has been a member on various national committees including the NCRI brain tumour subgroup, the national brain tumour clinical reference group, the site-specific clinical reference group for the National Cancer Intelligence network (Now NCRAS), and the expert reference group for SRS. He is currently the chair of the Merseyside and Cheshire brain and CNS tumour Clinical Quality group.
Brain Metastases Brodbelt AR and Zakaria R in Oxford Textbook of Neurological Surgery Ed Kirollos R, Helmy A, Thomson S, and Hutchinson P. Oxford University Press 2019
Brodbelt AR, Barclay ME, Greenberg D, Williams M, Jenkinson MD, Karabatsou K. The outcome of patients with surgically treated meningioma in England: 1999-2013. A cancer registry data analysis. Br J Neurosurg. 2019 Dec;33(6):641-647
Nelson AJ, Zakaria R, Jenkinson MD, Brodbelt AR. Extent of resection predicts risk of progression in adult pilocytic astrocytoma. Br J Neurosurg. 2019 Jun;33(3):343-347.
Brodbelt A, Greenberg D, Winters T, Williams M, Vernon S, et al. Glioblastoma in England: 2007-2011. Eur J Cancer. 2015 Mar;51(4):533-42.Back to council