Tumas studied Natural Sciences (Biochemistry) at the University of Cambridge for his undergraduate and then completed a graduate-entry medicine degree at the University of Oxford. He started his junior doctor career in Leeds Teaching Hospitals (UK) before moving to Cambridge as an academic clinical fellow in Hematology. He is an honorary hematology registrar at the Cambridge University Hospitals. Tumas is currently working on the biological mechanisms underlying the development and maintenance of acute myeloid leukemia at Cambridge Stem Cell Institute, where he is performing PhD. Tumas' has previously founded a Centre For Evidence-based Medicine at Vilnius University, initiated a cardiopulmonary resuscitation programme for schoolchildren in Lithuania and served as an advisor to Lithuanian government for COVID-19 response.
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