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DAY ONE: THORACIC IMAGING

80 minutes

Musculoskeletal

Dr David Elias

Dr David Elias

Consultant MSK Radiologist, King's College Hospital, London

60 minutes

Heart and Vascular Structures

Dr David P. Munger

Assistant Professor of Radiology, Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center, USA

60 minutes

Thyroid

Dr Ichiro Ikuta

Dr Ichiro Ikuta

Mayo Clinic Arizona, Senior Associate Consultant , Department of Radiology, Section of Neuroradiology

60 minutes

Lungs

Dr Matthew Maeder

Dr Matthew Maeder

Assistant Professor of Radiology, Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center, USA

60 minutes

Mediastinum

Dr Carole Ridge

Dr Carole Ridge

Consultant Radiologist, The Royal Brompton Hospital and Chelsea & Westminster Hospital, London

DAY TWO: UPPER ABDOMEN

40 minutes

Spleen

Dr Christopher Harvey

Dr Christopher Harvey

Consultant radiologist, Imperial NHS Trust, London

40 minutes

Lymph nodes

Dr Ken Courtney

Dr Ken Courtney

Consultant Interventional Radiologist, King’s College Hospital

50 minutes

Adrenal Glands

Dr Anju Sahdev

Dr Anju Sahdev

Radiology Consultant and Director for Research at St Bartholomew's Hospital

70 minutes

Gallbladder and Bile Ducts

Dr Priti Dutta

Dr Priti Dutta

Consultant Radiologist at the Royal Free Hospital, London, UK

80 minutes

Liver

Dr Kevin Kalisz

Dr Kevin Kalisz

Assistant Professor at Duke University School of Medicine, USA

60 minutes

Pancreas

Dr Mahan Mathur

Dr Mahan Mathur

Associate Professor of Radiology and Biomedical Imaging, Division Chief: Body Imaging, Yale School of Medicine, USA

DAY THREE: GI/GU

80 minutes

Gynaecology

Dr Nishat Bharwani

Dr Nishat Bharwani

Consultant Radiologist at Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust and Honorary Clinical Senior Lecturer at Imperial College London, UK

60 minutes

Urinary bladder

Dr Miriam Salib

Dr Miriam Salib

Radiology Consultant, Barts Health NHS Trust, London, UK

50 minutes

Kidneys/Ureters - Incidental Solid masses?

Professor Paul Sidhu

Professor Paul Sidhu

Consultant Radiologist, Professor of Imaging Sciences and Clinical Director of Radiology, King's College Hospital London

60 minutes

Kidneys

Dr Stuart G. Silverman

Dr Stuart G. Silverman

Professor of Radiology, Harvard Medical School. Chief Emeritus, Division of Abdominal Imaging and Intervention, Brigham and Women’s Hospital

70 minutes

Incidental Findings in the GI tract

Dr Matthew Maeder

Dr Matthew Maeder

Assistant Professor of Radiology, Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center, USA

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The aim

By the end of the webinar, participants will have:

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An international Faculty, listing experts with years of experience in reporting (and in disseminating skills and practical knowledge to peers) from leading British and American hospitals, namely:

Course director

Dr Matthew Maeder

Dr Matthew Maeder

Assistant Professor of Radiology, Divisions of Neuroradiology
and Abdominal Imaging, Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center, New Hampshire

Dr. Matthew Maeder is an Assistant Professor of Radiology at the Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center. He completed medical school at the University of Cincinnati, followed by Radiology residency training at the Lenox Hill Hospital in New York City. He is dual fellowship-trained in both Body MRI and Neuroradiology, both at Dartmouth. His interests include diseases of the central nervous system, head and neck, as well as the liver and prostate. Dr. Maeder is experienced in a variety of procedures including CT-guided biopsies of the lungs, liver, and kidneys as well as spinal procedures including vertebroplasty, sacroplasty, facet joint synovial cyst rupture, and spine biopsy. He is currently on the faculty at Dartmouth specializing in Abdominal Imaging and Neuroradiology. He is the Director of the Body MRI fellowship.

Faculty members

Dr Stuart G. Silverman

Dr Stuart G. Silverman

Professor of Radiology, Harvard Medical School. Chief Emeritus, Division of Abdominal Imaging and Intervention, Brigham and Women’s Hospital.

Dr Silverman is a Professor of Radiology at Harvard Medical School and Chief Emeritus of the Division of Abdominal Imaging and Intervention in the Department of Radiology at Brigham and Women’s Hospital. Dr. Silverman obtained an A.B. degree from Oberlin College, and an M.D. from the University of Rochester School of Medicine. After completing a radiology residency and a fellowship in abdominal imaging and intervention both at Massachusetts General Hospital, he joined the faculty at Brigham and Women’s Hospital where he has practiced for 32 years. His research has been in the areas of uroradiology and interventional radiology. He has written over 350 manuscripts, including over 250 original, peer-reviewed articles, over 100 reviews and book chapters, and two textbooks including one on CT urography. He has delivered over 475 invited lectures around the world. He has also developed novel interventional radiology techniques guided by both CT and MRI for both diagnosing and treating a variety of abdominal cancers. His current research and lectures focus on the optimal use of imaging and intervention in patients with renal masses, hematuria, and genitourinary cancers.

Dr Silverman is a Fellow of the American College of Radiology, the Society of Abdominal Radiology, and the Society of Advanced Body Imaging (formerly the Society of Body Tomography and Magnetic Resonance). He is a Past President of the New England Roentgen Ray Society and was the inaugural President of the Society of Abdominal Radiology.

Professor Paul Sidhu

Professor Paul Sidhu

Consultant Radiologist, Professor of Imaging Sciences and Clinical Director of Radiology, King's College Hospital London

Paul Sidhu is Professor of Imaging Sciences at King's College London and a Consultant Radiologist in the Department of Radiology at King' College Hospital.  He is Clinical Director of Radiology at King’s College Hospital, London.

He qualified from St. Mary’s Hospital Medical School (now part of Imperial College) in 1982, with Honours. He undertook his Radiology training at the Hammersmith Hospital and King's College Hospital and was appointed a Consultant Radiologist at King's College Hospital in 1996, with a role in Ultrasound and Interventional Radiology. He was made Professor of Imaging Sciences in 2012.

He has published extensively on many aspects of Ultrasound particularly in relation to male health and liver transplantation and has pioneered the introduction of contrast-enhanced ultrasound in the United Kingdom. He is recognised as an authority in the application of contrast-enhanced ultrasound in clinical practice.

He is the Editor of 8 books, and has published over 600 scientific articles, book chapters and conference abstracts. He lectures widely with over 500 presentations at national and international meetings.

He is currently the Editor of the European Journal of Ultrasound and previously the Deputy Editor of the British Journal of Radiology. He is an Associate Editor of Radiology.

He is past-President of the British Medical Ultrasound Society and the Past-President of the Section of Radiology of the Royal Society of Medicine. He is recent Past President of the European Federation of Societies in Ultrasound in Medicine and Biology.

His current research interests include the application of contrast enhanced ultrasound to the testis, radiation dose reduction in children and non-invasive ultrasound in the assessment of liver disease.

Dr Carole Ridge

Dr Carole Ridge

Consultant Radiologist, The Royal Brompton Hospital and Chelsea & Westminster Hospital, London

Dr Carole Ridge is a consultant cardiothoracic and interventional radiologist at the Royal Brompton Hospital in London. She graduated from University College Dublin and completed her diagnostic and interventional radiology training in Ireland and the United States of America, where she completed fellowships in cardiothoracic and oncologic imaging, and interventional radiology at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Centre, and Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center.

Dr Ridge has vast clinical and research expertise in cardiothoracic and interventional radiology and is an Honorary Senior Clinical Research Fellow of the National Heart and Lung Institute. Her main academic interest is focused on lung tumour imaging and intervention and cardiovascular disease. Her research work has generated over 1300 research citations and her Hirsch-index is 17. She is an editor for Lung Cancer Journal, and a reviewer for 6 international publications.  Dr Ridge’s work has been recognised with The North American Society of Cardiovascular Imaging Research Award; The Royal Academy of Medicine in Ireland Research Medal; The Radiologic Society of North America Roentgen Fellow Research Award and The Health Service Executive in Ireland Audit Award.

In her current role as a consultant radiologist at the Royal Brompton, she interprets thoracic and cardiovascular imaging studies, including that of patients with acute and congenital aortopathy, coronary artery and congenital heart disease. She is also a member of the lung cancer multidisciplinary team and performs CT and PET-CT staging, CT-guided biopsy, fiducial localization, and thermal ablation.

Dr Miriam Salib

Dr Miriam Salib

Dr Miriam Salib is a Consultant Radiologist at Barts Health NHS Trust, London, UK. She earned her medical degree from The University of Nottingham and undertook her radiology training at Imperial. Her specialist interest is in GU imagaing.

Dr Ichiro Ikuta

Dr Ichiro Ikuta

Assistant Professor of Radiology at Yale School of Medicine, USA

Dr. David P. Munger

Dr. David P. Munger

Assistant Professor of Radiology, Divisions of Interventional Radiology and Abdominal Imaging, Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center, New Hampshire
He earned an undergraduate degree in Chemical Engineering with High Honors from the Worcester Polytechnic Institute. He then went on to medical school at the University of New England where he earned a concurrent Masters in Public Health. This was followed by radiology training at the Norwalk Hospital / Yale School of Medicine, where he completed subspecialty training in cardiovascular imaging. He is fellowship-trained in Interventional Radiology at the Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center. His interests include diseases of the hepatobiliary system and genitourinary system, in addition to ongoing cardiothoracic diseases.

Dr Kevin Kalisz

Dr Kevin Kalisz

Assistant Professor of Radiology, Division of Abdominal Imaging, Duke University Medical Center, Durham, North Carolina 

Dr. Kalisz earned his Bachelor of Science in biomedical engineering and economics from Northwestern University and obtained a medical degree from Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine in Chicago, Illinois. He completed his residency training at University Hospital Cleveland Medical in Cleveland, Ohio where he also served as chief resident. Following residency, he completed fellowship training in abdominal imaging at Duke University Medical Center as well as cardiovascular imaging at Northwestern Memorial Hospital. He subsequently joined the Department of Radiology at Duke University Medical Center in the Abdominal Imaging Division. His clinical and academic interests include oncologic imaging, particularly rectal cancer imaging, dual energy CT, and cardiovascular CT and MRI.

Dr Emma Cheasty

Dr Emma Cheasty

Consultant Cardiothoracic Radiologist and Clinical Director for Cardiovascular Computed Tomography, Barts Health NHS Trust, London, UK

Dr Cheasty is a Consultant Cardiothoaric and interventional Radiologist at St. Bart's Hospital and the Royal London Hospital in London. She is the clinical lead for Cardiac CT, and Governance and Clinical Excellence Lead for Radiology. She studied Medicine in Manchester and undertook her Radiology training at Chelsea and Westminster and the Royal Brompton hospitals and was appointed a consultant in 2014. Her clinical interests include cardiac, thoracic and vascular cross sectional imaging, including complex aortic imaging and grown up congenital cardiac imaging. She is passionate about global health and radiology in the developing world

Dr Mahan Mathur

Dr Mahan Mathur

Associate Professor of Radiology and Biomedical Imaging, Division Chief: Body Imaging,
Yale School of Medicine, USA

After receiving his medical degree from McGill University School of Medicine, Dr. Mahan Mathur completed his Diagnostic Radiology Residency from Yale-New Haven Hospital where he served as Chief Resident, followed by a Fellowship in Abdominal Imaging and Intervention at Massachusetts General Hospital.

Since 2013, he has served as faculty at the Yale School of Medicine, where he is an Associate Professor of Radiology and Biomedical Imaging and Chief of Body Imaging. In addition, he serves as an Associate Program Director for the Diagnostic Radiology Residency. Dr. Mathur is passionate about Radiology education and mentorship and has been the recipient of the RSNA honored educator award in 2017 as well as number departmental “Teacher” and “Mentor” of the year awards. While widely published across all aspects of Body Imaging, his scholarly output has focused on male genitourinary (GU) conditions and intravenous contrast agent guidelines.

Dr Anju Sahdev

Dr Anju Sahdev

Radiology Consultant and Director for Research at St Bartholomew's Hospital, London, UK

Dr Sahdev is a Uro-Gynae Radiology Consultant, a Reader in Diagnostic Imaging and Director for Imaging Research at St Bartholomew’s Hospital, Barts Health, London.

Having graduated from University of London in 1991, Dr Sahdev completed her Radiology training at University College Hospital and St Bartholomew’s Hospital, becoming a fellow of the Royal College of Radiologists in 1998.

Her radiological specialties are imaging in abdominal and pelvic oncology, particularly gynaecological, endocrine and uro-oncology diseases. 

Dr Sahdev practices at a high standard in ultrasound, CT, MRI and PET CT imaging.

She has authored and co-authored more than 85 peer reviewed publications, has authored 20 chapters in clinical and imaging textbooks and lectures regularly at national and international meetings.

Dr Sahdev is an associate editor for the British Journal of Radiology and Cancer Imaging and a reviewer for several peer review journals including Clinical Radiology, European Radiology and a member of the educational subcommittee of  the International Cancer Imaging Society. 

She is the gynaecological imaging module lead for the UK Radiology Integrated Training Initiative (R-ITI) e-learning programme.

Dr Nishat Bharwani

Dr Nishat Bharwani

Dr Nishat Bharwani is a Consultant Radiologist at Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust and Honorary Clinical Senior Lecturer at Imperial College London. She qualified with honours from Guy’s, King’s & St Thomas’ Medical School in 2000 and undertook basic medical training in London and Brighton, obtaining membership of the Royal College of Physicians in 2003. She completed general Radiology training at St George's Hospital (2003-2008) and a fellowship in body MRI at Barts and The London NHS Trust (2008-2010), becoming a Fellow of the Royal College of Radiologists in 2008. Her radiological interests include gynaecological imaging, oncological imaging and urological imaging and she has published in these areas. Nishat is head of specialty for Gynaecological and Urological Imaging at Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust.
Nishat is heavily involved in teaching as joint Training Programme Director for Radiology trainees at Imperial, joint academic training lead for the London School of Radiology, and regularly delivers lectures and workshops both nationally and internationally. She is an examiner for the Royal College of Radiologists FRCR 2a examination.

Dr Christopher Harvey

Dr Christopher Harvey

Consultant Radiologist, Imperial Healthcare NHS Trust, London

Dr. Harvey qualified from Charing Cross and Westminster Hospital Medical School having obtained an intercalated BSc in Physiology. He initially trained in medicine and obtained MRCP.

Dr. Harvey then trained in radiology at The Middlesex/UCL and Hammersmith Hospitals before becoming MRC research fellow at Hammersmith Hospital.

He became a consultant at Hammersmith Hospital in 2001 as well as head of ultrasound. Dr Harvey has published over 50 peer reviewed papers, three books, several chapters, as well as written or co-authored many articles on a wide spectrum of radiological subjects.

He is actively involved in teaching on several national FRCR courses. Dr. Harvey holds national as well as international editorial positions and is responsible for refereeing papers and organising courses/seminars.

Dr. Harvey’s clinical interests are general cross sectional imaging: CT colonography, CT coronary angiography, transrectal ultrasound and prostatic biopsies, carotid Doppler ultrasound as well as the renal/urogenital tract and hepatobiliary system.

His research interests include ultrasound, ultrasound contrast agents and functional imaging.

His special interests include General abdominal imaging, CT colonoscopy, CT coronary angiography, ultrasound carotids, transrectal ultrasound and prostate biopsies, ultrasound contrast agents

Dr Priti Dutta

Dr Priti Dutta

Consultant Radiologist, Royal Free Hospital, London

Dr Dutta is a consultant interventional radiologist at the Royal Free Hospital in London. She previously served as a consultant interventional radiologist at the Lister Hospital in Stevenage, Hertfordshire. 

Dr Dutta studied medicine at University College London (UCL), graduating in 2008 with an intercalated BSc in neuroscience.

Her current interests are centred on liver imaging and intervention. She plays an active role in the hospital's regional multidisciplinary team meetings which encompass a wide case mix of hepatobiliary, pancreatic and neuroendocrine tumours, as well as colorectal metastases. She has published on topics including arteriovenous fistula intervention and the relationship of sarcopenia to outcomes in EVAR patients. 

She is currently publishing work related to the follow-up of indeterminate liver lesions in cirrhotic patients. 

Her day-to-day practice with relation to liver intervention ranges from, transjugular liver biopsies,  transarterial liver embolization, liver ablation, portal vein embolization, palliative stenting, TIPS placement and embolization of bleeding varices.  

Dr Ken Courtney

Dr Ken Courtney

Consultant Radiologist, King's College Hospital, London 

Dr Courtney qualified from University College Cork, Ireland in 2006 with an honours degree in Medicine and an honours Bachelor of Medical Science. He was awarded his MRCPI in 2009 and undertook specialist training in radiology in Ireland and was awarded the FFR RCSI in 2015 . 

He relocated to London and undertook post CCT fellowships in abdominal imaging at King's College Hospital and PET-CT imaging at Guy's and St Thomas's Trust. He was appointed as Consultant Radiologist at King's College Hospital in 2019.

His areas of interest include imaging in Haematological Diseases, Thyroid Imaging and Neuro-Endocrine imaging with PET-CT, Body MRI, CT and ultrasound.  

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