Wednesday 2 November 2016
Date: Wednesday 9 November 2016
Time: 6.30pm–7.30pm (doors open 6pm)
Location: The Royal College of Radiologists, London (nearest underground station: Holborn)
Imaging has become a central pillar in the detection and treatment planning of many patients facing cancer. Some imaging techniques are widely recognised in our communities, such as screening for detection of early breast cancer. However, over the last two decades, there has been an explosion of imaging techniques that have fundamentally changed the way cancer treatments are selected and planned. Imaging techniques have developed hand in hand with innovations in surgery, radiation therapy and precision drug development to allow better outcomes for individual patients. These exciting developments shine hope in times of great challenges for the NHS.
We are delighted to welcome
Professor Andrea Rockall MBBS MRCP FRCR
Professor Andrea Rockall is a Consultant Clinical Radiologist at The Royal Marsden Hospital and Visiting Professor of Radiology at Imperial College, London. She graduated in neuroanatomy at King’s College London in 1987 and received her medical degree from King’s College Hospital Medical School in 1990. She chose radiology as a career because of the central role imaging plays in the diagnostic pathway. Her special interests are genitourinary cancer imaging and image-based clinical trials. Prof. Rockall has authored or co-authored more than 100 publications in peer-reviewed journals, three books and numerous book chapters and has received many distinctions for her work, including the Outstanding Teacher Award from the International Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine in 2014.
The lecture is free but spaces are limited.
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