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RADIANT AGM: Monday 17th July 2023 - Full Programme


Join us and find out how you can get involved in our upcoming projects!

 

Face-to-face meeting


Join us for our in-person event to be held at Sheffield Medical School on Monday 17th July! This meeting is free to attend and will consist of one day of a series of fantastic talks and interactive workshops! Hear updates about our ongoing and completed projects, be inspired by local academics and present your own poster or oral presentation to share your own work!


This year the project pitch session is returning! Bring your ideas to a small-group brainstorming session. Once you've hashed out your project aims, objectives and more, your group will present your pitch to fellow delegates and get a chance to exchange ideas and different perspectives on building your project. If chosen, RADIANT will help grow your project into our next high-quality research publication, and will support you in spearheading the project should you wish to continue your involvement! So if you have an idea for a project that you want to develop and even lead, join us!


Lunch and refreshments will be provided.

 

Speakers


Professor Nigel Hoggard

Professor Hoggard will be sharing his experience of the NIHR PhD fellowship programme and share why trainees should strongly consider applying for the role. Prof Hoggard is a Clinical Senior Lecturer and Honorary Consultant Neuroradiologist at the University of Sheffield. His research interests include diagnostic neuroradiology and novel MR imaging agents. He has published over 90 peer reviewed articles and has a keen interest in supporting trainees to explore research opportunities.


Mr Tom Parry

Tom Parry is a Medical statistician at the UCL Centre for Medical Imaging and member of the RADIANT expert panel. He has made substantial statistical and methodological contributions to over multiple diagnostic accuracy studies, and has provided invaluable support to the RADIANT team for several projects. Mr Parry will be delivering the Statistics Support Package talk at this year's AGM.




Dr Anmol Gangi

Dr Gangi is a former RADIANT co-chair, Consultant Radiologist at Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust and Clinical Lecturer at Bournemouth University. She is now a member of the RADIANT expert panel and has provided invaluable support and supervision to RADIANT members. Dr Gangi will be delivering an update on two multi-centre RADIANT projects focusing on radiological findings. in COVID-19 patients.



Dr Krit Dwivedi

Dr Dwivedi is a Sheffield-based Radiology Wellcome Trust Clinical Research Fellow focusing on AI in medical imaging and RADIANT AI lead. He will be sharing his experiences of his ACF and discuss developments in AI Radiology research with our delegates.




Dr Obaid Hashmi

Dr Hashmi is a Diagnostic Neuroradiology trainee at Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust. He was lead author of the RADIANT AI research survey and will be presenting the results and exploring the wider implications of the findings for trainees.


 

Abstract Competition


RADIANT invite all UK medical student, foundation doctors and trainees to submit a radiology based QIP, service evaluation and audit abstract for the RADIANT annual meeting on Monday 17th July 2023 for poster or oral presentation. This is an excellent opportunity to present your research and win a RADIANT poster prize too!


Please submit a 200 word abstract by midnight, Wednesday 31st May 2023 by sending your entries to committee.radiant@nhs.net. Please include the following information along with your submission:

  • Your full name

  • Email contact

  • Current position (medical student, foundation doctor, radiology trainee)

  • 200 word structured abstract (e.g. introduction and aims, methods, results, conclusion)

At least one author must register and attend the meeting to qualify for presentation at the conference. Successful abstracts will be notified by Friday 1st of June 2023 and asked to prepare a poster or 5 minute oral presentation. We reserve the right to reject abstracts, posters or presentations that do not adhere to our standards for presentation. We also ask your permission to upload accepted posters onto our website.

 

Register here:



Location:


University of Sheffield, Beech Hill Rd, Broomhall, Sheffield S10 2RX


Time:


10am - 5pm, Monday 17th July 2023


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