Special clinical interests in cancer diagnosis, bladder cancer, testicular cancer, prostate disease including prostate cancer and urological oncology.
Dr Mazhar was a medical undergraduate at the University of Oxford and completed his clinical training in London. He undertook specialist training in medical oncology at the Hammersmith and Charing Cross Hospitals in London.
Dr Mazhar was awarded a PhD by Imperial College London for his research in prostate cancer. He has also previously received the McElwain Prize from the Association of Cancer Physicians and the Medical Research Society Young Researchers Prize in Oncology in for his research.
He was appointed to his current post as Consultant in Medical Oncology in January 2007. His clinical and research interests are in urological cancers. He is the Principal Investigator of numerous clinical trials in prostate, bladder and testis cancers. He is the Chief Investigator of a National Study in Germ Cell Tumours.
He is a member of National Cancer Research Network Testis Cancer Clinical Studies Group and a former Chair of its Quality of Life Subgroup.
NHS Hospital / current post(s)
- Consultant Medical Oncologist, Addenbrooke’s Hospital, Cambridge
- Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians (FRCP)
- Member of the General Medical Council (GMC)
- Member of the Association of Cancer Physicians
- Member of the Medical Defence Union (MDU)
- Member of the European Society of Medical Oncology (ESMO)
- McElwain Prize from the Association of Cancer Physicians and the Medical Research Society Young Researchers Prize in Oncology