Biographies

Biographies of Clinical Imaging Management Group

Kannan Rajesparan is a consultant musculoskeletal radiologist working at University College London Hospitals and the Institute of Sport Exercise and Health. He lectures on MSc Sports Medicine programme at UCL, and organises and lectures on national meetings. He is the College Tutor for Radiology Training Scheme at UCLH and is actively involved in the delivery and provision of teaching and training on a daily basis. Dr Rajesparan has been an active member of the Clinical Imaging SIG since 2013, and has successfully been involved in organising several meetings including the MSK imaging series and Upper GI endoluminal study day. 

Sri Redla undertook his initial Medical training in India and then his Radiology Specialist Training in Hammersmith Hospitals (now part of Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust). Sri obtained his FRCR in 1998 and finished his training in late 2000, when he took up his present role as a Consultant Radiologist at Princess Alexandra Hospital, Harlow, Essex. He was the Clinical Tutor between 2004-07 and Clinical Lead for Radiology between 2007-11. Sri subsequently took over the role of Clinical Director for Cancer, Diagnostics & Pharmacy in January 2012 and then Associate Medical Director for the Clinical Support Services Health Group in December 2014. Sri has recently stepped down as Chair of the group to take on the role of Honorary Secretary on BIR's Council.

Nick Woznitza is a clinical academic radiographer with joint appointments at Homerton University Hospital and Canterbury Christ Church University. Nick is responsible for reporting skeletal and adult chest X-rays and successfully introduced a radiographer-led neonatal X-ray reporting service. The focus of his research is on radiographer reporting and pathway redesign. He is an accredited consultant radiographer with the College of Radiographers and was overall winner of the 2017 Chief Allied Health Professions Officer awards in 2017.​

Jonathan Cole is a Principal Physicist at the Royal Free Hospital in North London. He provides medical physics support to a range of modalities with a particular focus on interventional radiology, cardiology and regional NHS Breast Screening Services. Prior to joining the Royal Free Jonathan trained at King’s College Hospital where he subsequently worked as a technical evaluator in KCARE and then a Clinical Scientist in the Radiation Protection Service. Nick is also a Trustee on the BIR's Council.

Ai-Lee Chang is a consultant radiologist ingeneral diagnostic imaging with special interest in Cardiothoracic  and Musculoskeletal imaging.  She is a student of the NHS Leadership Academy and the  Elizabeth Garrett Anderson Leadership programme 

Minal Jagtiani is a senior registrar in Imaging with Imperial College Healthcare trust, with a specialist interest in Abdominal imaging. She graduated from Mumbai, India and thereafter moved to England to complete her MRCS / basic surgical training from the Royal College in London. Minal then researched for 18 months with the Abdominal and Interventional division at Massachusetts General Hospital, Harvard Medical School in Boston, USA. On her return to England in 2009, she worked as an Academic Clinical Fellow with Imperial for 3 years while continuing her clinical Radiology training. In her (current) last two years of Radiology training, she is keen to specialise in Abdominal imaging as a senior registrar with Imperial. She also pursues interests in teaching and management, and is currently a student on the SLTP course with Imperial College.

Minal has volunteered with the BIR Clinical Imaging committee to contribute to their activities and to hone her skills in management and clinical imaging.

 

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