Mr David Jellinek

CURRENT POSITIONS

  • Consultant Neurosurgeon Royal Hallamshire Hospital Sheffield
  • Honorary Senior Lecturer Neurosurgery University of Sheffield

QUALIFICATIONS

FRCS (Surg. Neurol.) 1994
MD (Cantab) 1995
FRCS1985
MB BS1982
Bachelor of Medical Science1979

RESEARCH

Current research involves collaboration with the University of Sheffield in imaging brain tumours at 3Tesla to assess early predictive signs of malignant transformation of low grade glioma.

CLINICAL ACTIVITY AND CLINICAL RESEARCH

Neurosurgical Oncology: I am Lead clinician of the South Yorkshire Neuro Oncology MDT. I am chair of the DOH rare tumour group. I introduced 3 dimensional real time intraoperative brain scanning with high resolution ultrasound to the UK – a rapid a inexpensive practical alternative to intraoperative MRI scanning.

RECENT PUBLICATIONS

Wilkinson ID, Romanowski CA, Jellinek DA, Morris J, Griffiths PD
Motor functional MRI for pre-operative and intraoperative neurosurgical guidance.
Br J Radiol. 2003 Feb;76(902):98-103

Wharton SB, Hibberd S, Eward KL, Crimmins D, Jellinek DA, Levy D, Stoeber K, Williams GH.
DNA replication licensing and cell cycle kinetics of oligodendroglial tumours.
Br J Cancer. 2004 Jul 19;91(2):262-9.

Henson JD, Hannay JA, McCarthy SW, Royds JA, Yeager TR, Robinson RA, Wharton SB, Jellinek DA, Arbuckle SM, Yoo J, Robinson BG, Learoyd DL, Stalley PD, Bonar SF, Yu D, Pollock RE, Reddel RR.
A robust assay for alternative lengthening of telomeres in tumors shows the significance of alternative lengthening of telomeres in sarcomas and astrocytomas.
Clin Cancer Res. 2005 Jan 1;11(1):217-25

Chen YJ, Hakin-Smith V, Teo M, Xinarianos GE, Jellinek DA, Carroll T, McDowell D, MacFarlane MR, Boet R, Baguley BC, Braithwaite AW, Reddel RR, Royds JA.
Association of mutant TP53 with alternative lengthening of telomeres and favorable prognosis in glioma.
Cancer Res. 2006 Jul 1;66(13):6473-6

Wilkinson ID, Jellinek DA, Levy D, Giesel FL, Romanowski CA, Miller BA, Griffiths PD
Dexamethasone and enhancing solitary cerebral mass lesions: alterations in perfusion and blood-tumor barrier kinetics shown by magnetic resonance imaging.

Neurosurgery. 2006 Apr;58(4):640-6; discussion 640-6.

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