Dr Arjun Nair
The Harley Street Clinic (Part of HCA healthcare UK)
Dr Nair is currently a Consultant Radiologist with a sub-specialty interest in cardiothoracic imaging at University College London Hospital, following his initial appointment as a consultant radiologist at Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust in 2013.
He qualified from the University of Edinburgh Medical School in 2001 and was awarded the MRCP in 2005. He undertook radiology training at St George’s Hospital, passing the FRCR in 2008. Dr Nair was awarded the Thoracic Imaging Fellowship at the Royal Brompton Hospital between 2011 and 2013, and during this time completed his thesis on “Computed Tomography Reading Strategies in Lung Cancer Screening”, for which he was awarded an MD by the University of Edinburgh in 2014. In the course of his research, Dr Nair has been actively involved in the UK Lung Screening pilot trial. He has presented at various national and international meetings and has been awarded prizes for presentations at the Radiological Society of North America, European Society of Thoracic Imaging and World Congress of Thoracic Imaging.
Dr Nair is the author/co-author of several peer-reviewed scientific papers and book chapters on cardiothoracic imaging.
Advance Technologies in Diagnostics
Advanced imaging technology is integral to cancer management providing accurate diagnosis and staging. We will discuss the latest techniques and impact on patient care.
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Sanjay Prabhu, MBBS Harvard Medical School / Boston Children’s Hospital
Evolving role of machine learning in brain tumour imaging
Estevao Mauricio Bagi Royal Brompton & Harefield Hospitals Specialist Care
Cardiac PET-CT : Rubidium-82 Myocardium Perfusion & 18F-FDG Cardiac Sarcoidosis
Matthew Bull Frimley Health NHS Foundation Trust
Pathology within the Oropharynx and Oral Cavity
Andy Rogers Nottingham University Hospitals
Interventional staff dose reduction: Gaining insight through new technology
David Hawkes UCL
Director of the Centre for Medical Image Computing