Past Lecturers 

Woolmer Lecture 

2016 Professor Andrew Taylor: Can Engineering and Imaging help us design Cardiovascular devices?
2015 Professor Anthony T Barker: Transcranial magnetic stimulation - the first 30 years
2014 Dr David Keating: Medical Physics: A Gateway to Innovation 
2013

Professor Molly Stevens: Designing Biomaterials for Ultrasensitive Biosensing and Regenerative Medicine

2012

Professor Lionel Tarassenko: Physiology-Driven Signal Analysis and Data Fusion

2011 Prof Dr Willi A. Kalender: Developments in Computed Tomography: Is sub-mSv a realistic option?”

2010

Professor Mark Tooley: Imitating the Patient

2009

Professor Martin Birchall : Regenerative Medicine: new challenges, new hopes

2008

Professor Clive Hahn : Bioengineering Aspects of the Lung: Models and Measurements

2007

Professor Sir Michael Brady : Colorectal and Liver Cancer Image Analysis 

2006

Professor Dennis Noble : Cardiac Modelling

2005

Dr H Gollee Centre for Rehabilitation Engineering, University of Glasgow : Assistive technologies for function restoration

Douglas Lea Lecture (Biennial)

2015  Professor Daniel Low, USA The future of innovation in Radiation Therapy Medical Physics
2013 Professor Rock Mackie, USA How the 4I’s have improved radiotherapy
2011 Professor Søren M Bentzen, USA Radiobiology : the need for greater understanding and application

2009

Professor D J Brenner USA : Understand and potentially reducing Radiotherapy induced second cancers.

2007

Professor J D Chapman Canada

2005

Dr Roger Dale Radiation Physics and Radiobiology Department, Charing Cross Hospital, London : Clinical Radiobiology : Into the multi-disciplinary melting pot

John Mallard Lecture

2016 Professor Malcolm Sperrin: Medical Imaging: the broader picture
2015 Professor Nicholas Stone: A Brighter Future for Cancer Diagnostics
2014  Professor Wade Allison: Radiation Safety Re-assessed.
2013 Professor David Wyper: The role of functional imaging in the study of neurological and psychiatric disease – new developments and future prospects
2012 Dr Paul Marsden: PET as a key tool for quantification in research, clinical trials and practice: opportunities and challenges for PET/CT and PET/MR'
2011 Dr Jeff Bamber : Elastography

2010

Professor Keith Rogers : Diffraction Assisted Imaging

2009

Dr J Cunningham : Terahertz Imaging and Spectroscopy - current and future modalities

2008

Professor P N T Wells : Ultrasonic Imaging - An Hollistic View

2007

Professor P Jarritt Northern Ireland Regional Medical Physics Department, Belfast : Physics, Function and Fusion: PET imaging developments, applications and opportunities

2006

Professor M O Leach Department of Magnetic Resonance, Royal Marsden NHS Trust & Institute of Cancer Research, Sutton, Surrey : The Current and Future Role of Magnetic Resonance in Healthcare

2005

Professor P F Sharp Department of Biomedical Physics and Bioengineering, University of Aberdeen : Freedom for Imaging

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