The Team Behind RAIQC

RAIQC was created and is managed by a team of experienced radiologists from Oxford University Hospitals. They work to ensure that content is accurate and relevant to the needs of anyone that needs to report on medical imaging.

Professor Fergus Gleeson

Professor of Radiology in Oxford. He trained in Cambridge, Papworth and London, and was a Fellow in Radiology at UCLA in Los Angeles. He was appointed to Oxford in 1992, and is head of academic radiology, the director of the Oxford Imaging Trials Unit, and a former Divisional Director for the Oxford University Hospitals NHS Trust. Fergus is also the director of the National Consortium of Intelligent Medical Imaging (NCIMI). This aims to bring together the NHS, University and industry partners to promote the development and implementation of artificial intelligence and machine learning both into the NHS and global medical care.

Dr Rachel Benamore

Dr Benamore is a senior consultant radiologist at Oxford University Hospitals and Clinical Lead for the Churchill Hospital Radiology Department. She is also the training lead for thoracic imaging and over the years, has supervised training for 100s of radiologists. She is regularly invited to speak at national and International educational and research meetings.

Dr Sarim Ather

Academic radiologist at Oxford University Hospitals who completed his PhD in ophthalmic and neuroimaging before switching his research interests to the validation of artificial intelligence algorithms in radiology. 

He has received training in clinical need finding and technology commercialisation through the University of Oxford Biodesign Fellowship and is an NHS Clinical Entrepreneur. His national roles include Executive Committee membership of the Royal College of Radiologists where he sits on the training, Informatics and Quality Improvement committees. He has recently been appointed as a Topol Digital Health Fellow with the remit of accelerating adoption of digital tools into the NHS.

Third-Party Experts

We work with experts from many organisations and institutions with specialism in a variety of clinical fields to develop teaching, training, and assessment material for medical image reporters at all stages of their career. 

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