Dr Muhammad Shams Ul Islam
Consultant Medical Oncologist
MBBS, MSc Oncology, MRCP UK, MRCP UK (Medical Oncology), FRCP, FCPS
I am a consultant Medical Oncologist with interests in the specialist non-surgical management of upper and lower gastrointestinal malignancies, testicular tumours and general/acute oncology. I offer treatment with chemotherapy, immunotherapy and biological targeted systemic therapy. I am a strong believer in patient centred care and I recommend treatment in the light of most up to date published clinical evidence. I am actively involved in recruitment and management of patients enrolled in clinical trials.
I also teach and deliver training to junior doctors and future oncology specialists and I am an examiner for the Leicester Medical School. I have published in peer-reviewed journals.
I qualified as a medical doctor in 1996. I completed training in general internal medicine and worked as a Consultant Physician for a couple of years before undertaking a further seven years of training in oncology in the University Hospitals of Oxford, Nottingham and Leicester. During this time I completed an MSc Oncology from University of Nottingham. I am a Member of Royal College of Physicians, UK and Association of Cancer Physicians, UK and am on the GMC Specialist register.
Some of the principal treatments carried out by Dr Muhammad Shams Ul Islam at Spire include:
Dr Shams also treats cancer using Immunotherapy and Biological targeted systemic treatment.
Spire Leicester Hospital is only able to provide Covid-19 tests to patients undergoing surgery at our hospital. Covid-19 testing or antibody tests are not available as a standalone service.
MBBS / University of Punjab / 1996
Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery
FCPS / Pakistan / 2001
Fellowship in Medicine
MRCP UK / Royal college of Physicians / 2006
Member of the Royal college of Physicians
MRCP UK (Medical Oncology) / Royal college of Physicians / 2012
Specialty Certificate Examination in Medical Oncology
MSc Oncology / University of Nottingham / 2013
Master's degree in Oncology
FRCP / London / 2019
Fellowship of the Royal College of Physicians of London
I am the Morbidity and Mortality lead for the Oncology department at UHL and I was formerly the chemotherapy lead for Northampton General Hospital.