Biographies

Dr Martin Graves (Chair) is a Consultant Clinical Scientist at Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Trust where he is Head of MR Physics and Radiology IT. He received his BSc in Physics and MSc in Medical Electronics from the University of London and a PhD in MRI from the University of Cambridge. He has over 30 years of experience working in clinical and research MRI in London and Cambridge. He has authored over 150 journal articles/book chapters as well as the award winning MRI text book ‘MRI: from Picture to Proton’.  He teaches on a number of MRI courses both nationally and internationally.

Geoff Charles-Edwards has worked in MRI since 1998. In 2003 he completed a PhD in MR Physics at the Institute of Cancer Research, London, before moving to Guy’s and St Thomas’ hospitals, where he currently works as a Principal Clinical Scientist, supporting and leading clinical and research MR activities. He is also an honorary Senior Lecturer at King’s College London and a HEFCE-NIHR Senior Clinical Lecturer. He is the IPEM representative on the group.

Alexandra Lipton qualified as a diagnostic radiographer in 1989, specialising in MRI in the mid nineties working at the Magnetic Resonance and Image analysis research centre at the University of Liverpool on their 1.5 T and 3T systems. She has undertaken various roles within the NHS, research and independent sectors before joining the Society and College of Radiographers as a professional officer in 2010. As professional officer for senior service managers and cross sectional imaging she is responsible for leading the Society’s work in the field of magnetic resonance imaging and other areas of cross sectional imaging and in leading the Society’s work in providing support for the professional development and education needs of senior service managers .  Her role also incorporates work related to Imaging Services Accreditation Scheme ISAS.

 

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