Dr Lalondrelle graduated medicine in 1997 from the University of Southampton and is currently a Consultant Clinical Oncologist with a special interest in gynaecological and skin cancers and their treatment using a variety of methods. Her specialist training in oncology was at The Royal Marsden and in South West Thames.
She was awarded a clinical fellowship at The Institute of Cancer Research, where she completed research into the application of advanced radiotherapy technologies in pelvic tumours in 2008. Her research has been presented and published internationally and was awarded the Sylvia Lawler Prize from the Royal Society of Medicine. She is still very actively involved in the field of clinical research, with a particular interest in radiotherapy technologies such as intensity-modulated and image-guided radiotherapy, and adaptive planning to improve accuracy and reduce toxicity. She is also involved in image-guided brachytherapy, the assessment of functional imaging for radiotherapy planning and the combination of biological agents with radiotherapy.
With an ongoing interest in medical education, she is currently the module leader for The Institute of Cancer Research MSc Oncology course and educational supervisor to clinical oncology trainees.