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Journal of Lung Cancer Diagnosis & Treatment
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Georgia Hardavella

Georgia Hardavella
Georgia Hardavella
Consultant Chest Physician
King’s College Hospital
United Kingdom
Kings College London


Dr Georgia Hardavella is a Consultant Respiratory Physician and Lead for Lung Cancer and Bronchoscopy services at King’s College Hospital in London having received dedicated training for these at University College London (UCL). She has also recently set up and leads a dedicated Pulmonary Nodules Service at King's. She has developed clinical research projects at UCL (EBUS, photodynamic therapy) and is currently expanding the clinical research portfolio at King’s College London (pulmonary nodules/lung cancer). Her main research interests include prognostic markers in lung cancer and pulmonary nodules, interventional bronchoscopies and quality indexes in thoracic oncology. Dr Hardavella has received numerous awards (14) in a national and international level and has an extended portfolio of scientific and research activities in an international level; she is a member of the European Respiratory Society (ERS) Long Range Planning Committee for Thoracic Oncology and the ERS Lung Cancer Working Group. She is also a member of the Professional Advisory Committee in the European Lung Foundation (ELF) and has participated in numerous ELF driven projects promoting patient and public involvement (PPI) in research and clinical services. Being a co-investigator of the groundbreaking PEARL trial (Photodynamic Therapy in the Treatment of Early Lung Cancer) (funded by CRUK) she has created and managed a PPI group at UCL for this trial with excellent feedback. She is the Junior Member Representative of the Thoracic Oncology Assembly in the ERS Junior Members Committee and she participates in ERS Taskforces in Thoracic Oncology that aim to improve the quality of care in Thoracic Oncology in a European level. Since 2014 she leads the ‘How to do Science’ section in the Breathe Journal which is the educational journal of the ERS.

Research Interest

Pulmonary nodules, lung cancer