Chair of Breast Pathology, King's College London
Sarah Pinder Sarah Pinder undertook her medical degree in Manchester and started her histopathology training in Manchester and then Nottingham and, via Senior Lecturer/Consultant posts in Nottingham and then Cambridge, is now Chair of Breast Pathology at Kings College London. As Lead Specialist Breast Pathologist at Guy’s & St Thomas’ Hospitals she reports breast pathology (50% time NHS) and has a large referral practice. Her translational research interests are also focused on breast cancer pathology (particularly DCIS) and she has published over 275 articles in the peer-reviewed literature, as well as over 100 invited articles and chapters. Professor Pinder chairs the Royal College of Pathologists/UK NHS Breast Screening Pathology (BSP) Coordinating Committee and is a member of various other BSP committees, such as the BSP Research Advisory Committee, as well as the Sloane Project Steering Group. She is a member of a number clinical trial and translational research committees, including the low risk DCIS trial (LORIS) (for which she is one of three central review pathologists), OPTIMA and MAMMO50, amongst others.