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Radiology Academic Network For Trainees

To improve patient care by promoting high quality research opportunities.

Click here to learn more about our journey so far.


Upcoming RADIANT Annual Meeting Fri 16.04.21 - 13:30 - 15:30

RADIANT Trainee Research Survey Results - Published in Clinical Radiology

A national survey was distributed to trainees regarding their experiences of research, and the role of RADIANT in helping trainees overcome barriers to research. The results were published in Clinical Radiology. Thank you for your responses. 


Other News

CRASH! Podcast

CRASH! Clinical Radiology Academics Speaking Honestly!

The CRASH! podcast series is all about Clinical Radiology Academics Speaking Honestly. Join Tom Turmezei, Consultant Radiologist in Norwich and the 2020 RCR Roentgen Professor, for a series of discussions with radiologists from across the UK that are all passionate about research.


Clinical Radiology Journal Club

Join Clinical Radiology Editor in Chief, Dr Mike Weston, and Dr Graham Robinson as they lead an informal discussion on recent papers published in Clinical Radiology. Aimed at trainees, the journal club is intended to provide an open forum for conversation about the articles, encouraging critical thinking about academic research. Book your place on the RCR website.

Current Projects

A few active projects we are working on. Contact us for upcoming projects and how to get involved.


Stroke apical lung examination study (SALES): Multicentre study assessing ground glass opacification as a biomarker for Sars-Cov-2 infection on stroke CTAs.


Analysis of CTPA studies in PCR positive patients, correlation with results of other investigations.

Protocol released - please contact your local representative or TPD.


Analysis of initial and follow up CXRs in PCR positive patients, correlation with haematology.

Protocol released - please contact your local representative or TPD.

Completed Projects

Contact us for more information and any questions.

Radiology Trainee Research Survey

A short survey targeted at UK radiology trainees, that aims to characterise the current research experience.

Survey Results

AXR in acute abdominal pain

Analysis of AXR in acute abdominal pain, correlation with iRefer guidelines and evaluation of clinical value of AXR.

Poster here


Ready to find out more?

Get in touch via the contact us form or email to find out more about what we do and how to get involved.