Prof Jack Gleeson
Jack Gleeson is Consultant Medical Oncologist at Cork University Hospital (CUH) and Associate Professor of Medical Oncology at University College Cork (UCC). He is a UCC graduate (2012, Hons) who completed his Medical Oncology training in Ireland through the RCPI before being awarded the Irish Society of Medical Oncology (ISMO) Advanced Oncology Fellowship award in 2018 to undertake a fellowship in Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center (MSKCC), New York.
After fellowship, Jack worked as a locum Consultant Medical Oncologist in CUH in 2021 before taking up a role as Consultant Medical Oncologist in Kidney and Hepatobiliary cancers at The Christie Hospital in Manchester, UK (2022). He took up his current combined academic clinician post in CUH/UCC in March 2023.
Jack has achieved a number of prestigious publications and awards, including the UCC Ainsworth Scholarship, Merit Awards at the ASCO GU Cancers Symposium and International Kidney Cancer Symposium, as well as the prestigious ASCO/Conquer Cancer Foundation Young Investigator Award (YIA) for 2021/2022 for research. His research interests include Genitourinary and Neuro-Oncology cancers in particular, as well as clinical trial development and survivorship.