Dr Sturge is a cell biologist who leads the Endo180 Cancer Team, the winners of the Educate North Research Team Of The Year in 2016. His post-doctoral work was conducted with Professor Gareth E Jones at King's College London (1998-2001) and Professor Clare M Isacke at the Institute of Cancer Research (2001-2006). Dr Sturge was appointed Non-Clinical Lecturer at Imperial College London (2006-2011), Senior Lecturer in the School of Biological, Biomedical and Environmental Sciences, University of Hull (2012-2016) and Reader in the School of Life Sciences, University of Hull (2016). For more information see his blog. EDUCATE North Research Team Of The Year (2016). Pancreatic Cancer UK strategy panel member (2016). Established Hull Prostate Cancer Interest Group (2016). Organised and chaired National Prostate Cancer Research Symposium (London, 2010) and Prostate Cancer Charity Symposium (London, 2011). Regularly feature in University of Hull and funder press releases leading to media interviews, press, TV and radio coverage; including Hull Daily Mail, Prostate Cancer News Today, Medical Xpress, Renal and Urology News (November 2014); Hull Daily Mail and interview on KCFM radio (March 2014); Yorkshire Post (January 2013); Prostate Cancer Charity research news (December 2011); Association of International Cancer Research video (January 2011); Prostate Cancer Charity video (November 2010); Times Careers Section (November 2007); Washington Post, The Times, The Daily Mail, London Evening Standard, The Metro, BBC News Online and ITN News (September 2003). Research case studies highlighted in University of Hull's Annual Report (2015/16), Venn Alumni magazine (2015/16), Research Brochure (2015/16, 2014/15), and featured on campus billboards promoting research breakthroughs at the University (2016). Young Prostate Researchers Symposium, Cambridge (2009); Prostate Cancer Support Organisation, Basingstoke (2009); The Prostate Cancer Charity, London (2009, 2007), World Cancer Congress, Beijing (2009), Cancer and Bone Society, Heriott Watt University (2008), London Prostate Interest Group (2007). Invited seminar speaker at University of Cardiff (2016), University of Hull (2015, 2014, 2013), University of Texas (2012), University of East Anglia (2012), University of Birmingham (2009), Department of Investigative Medicine, Imperial College London (2009), Queen Mary University London (2008), CRUK Lincolns Inn (2007), INSERM Paris (2007); National Cancer Research Institute, Birmingham (2006). Honor Fell Travel Awards (1999, 2002, 2004) from British Society for Cell Biology. British Society for Cell Biology Best Poster Prize (2004). Wellcome and Toulman Prizes for Excellence in Pharmacology (1991) at University of Portsmouth.