[BM BCh MA FRCR PhD]
Roentgen Professor & Consultant Radiologist
He started Clinical Radiology training in 2006 and completed the FRCR examinations in 2009. During training he developed a number new digital imaging resources for undergraduate anatomy education at the Universities of Nottingham and Cambridge. From 2010 to 2015 he was also the Bookclub Editor for the Faculty of Medical Leadership and Management bringing book reviews, interviews, and blogs to a new generation of medical leaders.
In 2013 he was awarded his MSc for research into computed tomography of hip osteoarthritis and in 2016 was awarded his PhD in Engineering for novel development of 3D imaging analysis techniques of human joints, both from the University of Cambridge. After a clinical radiology fellowship year at the Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital, Stanmore, UK, in 2017 he was appointed consultant radiologist at the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital where he is part of the musculoskeletal imaging team delivering a wide range of diagnostic and interventional services.
He is also an Honorary Senior Lecturer at the University of East Anglia, and continues research into imaging of osteoarthritis and developing imaging resources for anatomical education. He is a part of the Fitzwilliam Museum (Cambridge) Coffin Analysis team, bringing clinical imaging techniques to investigate ancient and modern museum artefacts (including mummy coffins, mannequins, and cremation remains). He was awarded the 2020 Roentgen Professorship by the Royal College of Radiologists for his academic achievements, which have included Young Investigator Awards from the International Workshop of Osteoarthritis Imaging (2016 & 2019), highly commended at the BMA Book Awards for the 5th edition of the Imaging Atlas of Human Anatomy (2017), and winner at the BMA Book Awards for the 7th edition of the Oxford Handbook of Clinical Medicine (2007).