Team profiles

Mark Cook

Mark Cook

Associate Director of Research

University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust

Mark Cook is Associate Director of Research responsible for cancer at University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust (UHB), responsible for ensuring functionality at an MDT (multidisciplinary team) to deliver high quality outcomes across all tumour sites.

Mark is a Consultant Haematologist at UHB, specialising in plasma cell disorders and stem cell transplant, delivering one of the busiest plasma cell disorders practices in the UK. He is currently Trust Lead Cancer Clinician and is also responsible for supporting the delivery of world class research for patients with cancer.

Mark believes research is fundamental to the delivery of high quality care. He is vice-chair of the Myeloma Research Alliance which designs and delivers clinical trials in the UK for patients with myeloma. He has been Chief Investigator and Principal Investigator on several national clinical trials. Mark is Co-Chief Investigator with Professor Kwee Yong for the forthcoming national study Myeloma XV.