Monday 13 October 2014
State of the art imaging has revolutionised our understanding of the human brain and related diseases. This lecture, delivered by Dr Stavros Stivaros, discusses the invaluable contribution that the United Kingdom has made to world neuroradiology, as well as what the future holds.
Date: Wednesday 5 November 2014
Time: 6.30pm – 7.30pm
Location: The Royal College of Radiologists, London
Dr Stavros Stivaros BSc (Hons) MBChB FRCR PhD
Dr Stivaros is a National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) clinician-scientist at the University of Manchester and head of paediatric neuroradiology at the Royal Manchester Children’s Hospital, one of the largest specialist children’s hospitals in Europe. He has a special interest in imaging hydrocephalus and the imaging of blood flow and cerebrospinal fluid throughout the head and spine.
He is a fellow of the Royal College of Radiologists (RCR) of London and is the current British Society of Neuroradiologists du Boulay Professor of Neuroradiology. His research work has been recognised by the BSNR, receiving the Burrows prize in 2009 and 2011. He is a regular reviewer for international radiology journals and frequently provides evidence and reports to the Courts on issues related to brain imaging in children.
The lecture is free but spaces are limited.
Email email@example.com to register for a place or call Joanna Humphries on 020 7406 5942