The International Committee represents the philanthropic arm of the RCR that seeks to provide a consolidated approach to a wide spectrum of RCR overseas activities.
Dr Andy Beale, Chair
Treasurer – Medical Director, Membership and Business, and Chair of the RCR International Committee
"I am fortunate that I have managed to travel widely throughout the world and visited many both wealthy and less wealthy countries. I have always wished that I, and in turn the RCR, could be more philanthropic in our approach and although we may not always have the finance to support other countries we certainly are fortunate in that we often have a lot of expertise and the willingness to share it. I hope as chair of the committee I can encourage Fellows and members to extend their knowledge and expertise to others. I am sure that we will hugely benefit in return."
Dr Joanna Kasznia-Brown
Consultant radiologist with a special interest in paediatric and oncology imaging. Involved in several international imaging programmes as Consultant and Advisor for WHO, UN/IAEA, ESPR and WFPI
"Being a member of the RCR International Committee gives me an opportunity to share my knowledge and experience in teaching radiology overseas and help to organise and coordinate different international projects, promoting and developing College activities in the wider world."
Dr Pippa Lewis
ST7 trainee in clinical oncology in Severn Deanery, currently based at the Bristol Cancer Institute
|"I have had a longstanding interest in oncology and radiotherapy in resource-limited settings, and have been involved in collaborating with the cancer clinic in Mbarara since I started training. I want to help other trainees with similar interests to get involved in international work and participate in the global oncology community."|
Dr Jane Barrett
Semi-retired consultant oncologist, ex-PRCR
"I set the International Committee up when I was President at the RCR and want to see it succeed."
Dr Ahmed Elzein Mohamed
ST3 in clinical radiology, Oxford University Hospitals
"I have worked in developing countries and I have witnessed the impact of the international organizations' outreach work. I have always wanted to be part of this great work. Being a member of the RCR International Committee allows me to play a role in helping others."
Dr Ramy Mansour
Musculoskeletal consultant radiologist at Nuffield Orthopaedic Centre, Oxford University Hospitals
|"I have delivered over a 100 lectures in countries in Africa, Asia, Europe, North and South America. I am a member of the British, European and Asian Musculoskeletal Societies and member of the Skeletal Society of Radiology (SSR) and International Skeletal Society (ISS). I am an active member of the ISS Outreach Committee and the regional coordinator for North Africa and the Middle East. I am also a BSSR executive committee member and RCR Equivalence committee panel member. International and overseas philanthropic work is and always will be my passion. Being a member of the RCR international Committee is a great opportunity to help radiologists in low and medium income countries to have access to training and gain more knowledge."|
Dr Helen O'Brien
Second-year radiology trainee
"My name is Helen O’Brien and I am a second year radiology registrar. I am very excited to be a member of the RCR international committee. I joined the committee as I have a keen interest in assisting with the promotion of radiology within the international healthcare community, specifically within developing nations."