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Prof Jimmy Bomanji
Head of Clinical Department Office - T5
University College London Hospital
235 Euston Road
Greater London
Tel: 020 3447 0528
  • Professor of Nuclear Medicine
  • Div of Medicine
  • Faculty of Medical Sciences
Research Summary
My main research interests are in using unsealed radioactive agents for benign and malignant diseases particularly in Oncology, Nephrology/Urology, Infectious disease, Cardiology and Neuro imaging. To this end, over the past 25 years I have developed/facilitated cross-speciality, multi-institutional translational research programs with focus on the following:
The testing of new radiation detectors; and imaging devices;
The development and application of computerized tomography (SPET and PET) to Nuclear Medicine and imaging;
The development, evaluation and clinical utilization of new radiopharmaceuticals and their application in Oncology, Nephron-urology, Cardiology, Infectious diseases, and Neurology;
The development, testing, and implementation of clinical strategies involving non-invasive medical imaging techniques;
More recently capacity building, training the next generation of imagers, fostering and supporting their research interest and advocacy activities in Nuclear Medicine
Teaching Summary

I have attended course on “Education Supervision Training” run by the London Deanery NHS London (24-03-2009). In addition to my routine Nuclear Medicine teaching commitment I have lectured to the following:

SpR’s of the Maxillofacial Unit.  2009-2012
MSc in Nuclear Medicine, KCL, 2004-2011
Renal Module, Bone Module, Cardiac Module, Endocrine Module, Hepatobiliary module
London Clinical Course in Radiology 2004-2006. Final FRCR Part A examination course. (Nuc Med in Thoracic disease)
London Course of Clinical Radiology  2002-2005
MSc Trainees, Institute of Urology & Nephrology  1994-2012
SpR’s in Endocrinology  1993- to-date
MSc in Urology, UCL, 1993-2000
Nuclear Medicine in radiology (lecture to FRCR part II trainees at St Barts) 1990-1995
MSc in Nuclear Medicine, UCL, 1989-2003
Renal Module, Bone Module, Cardiac Module, Endocrine Module, Hepatobiliary module
Nuclear Medicine MSc Course organized previously by UCL and now by King’s  1987-2013 .

At present I Co-Edit and take part in a WEB based educational tool for PETCT, involving an international Faculty and some 300 educational PETCT cases. I have also developed for the Royal College of Radiologist in 2004 an educational module for nuclear medicine in nephro-urology.

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