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Dr Jeyasekharan obtained his undergraduate medical degree from Christian Medical College Vellore, India in 2003. He then received a Gates Cambridge Scholarship towards a PhD in Oncology (2008) at the University of Cambridge UK (Gonville and Caius College). Following a junior research fellowship in Cambridge (Wolfson), he joined the National University Hospital Singapore in 2010 to complete his training in Internal Medicine, and Medical Oncology (2016).
Dr. Jeyasekharan has a special interest in the treatment of lymphomas, as well as personalized therapy for rare and advanced cancers. He holds a joint appointment at the Cancer Science Institute, where runs a translational cancer research laboratory. His laboratory focuses on understanding defects in DNA repair in tumours, and how these impact the efficacy of chemotherapy/ immunotherapy. Dr. Jeyasekharan holds multiple internal and nationally funded grants to support his research, and is a platform lead for a national program on molecular diagnostics in cancer through the Singapore Translational Cancer Consortium.
MBBS (CMC Vellore, India), MRCP (UK), PhD (Cantab), FAMS (Medical Oncology)