CRASH! Podcast: Episode 10: CRASH! meets RADIANT

In this episode we meet Anmol Gangi and Nathan Chan, the current co-chairs of RADIANT (the Radiology Academic Network for Trainees), and the founding director Professor Margaret Hall-Craggs. We talk about the history, structure, and future directions for the network, and explore how effective communication and an organic approach have driven growth and delivered multiple successes for trainees outside of formal academic posts. Find out more and meet the team at the RADIANT AGM taking place in London on Friday 29th April 2022… anyone with an interest can get involved as a trainee or consultant.


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Anmol Gangi

  • Locum Consultant Radiologist at Addenbrooke’s Hospital, Cambridge
  • Radiology training in Portsmouth
  • Co-chair of RADIANT since 2020, previously secretary and vice chair
  • Former keeper of fish
  • Twitter:  @AnmolGangi
  • University Lecturer at the Department of Radiology, University of Cambridge

Nathan Chan

  • Interventional Neuroradiology Fellow at the Royal London Hospital
  • Radiology training in Norwich and London
  • Chair / co-chair of RADIANT since 2019
  • Up for skiing and Swiss hard cheese… very alpine.

Margaret Hall-Craggs

  • Professor of Medical Imaging at University College London
  • Consultant Radiologist at University College London Hospital
  • Clinical interests in musculoskeletal imaging and MRI
  • Research interests in quantitative imaging of bone health in inflammatory arthritis, myeloma and obesity
  • Director of RADIANT
  • Would love to spend an evening with Jane Austen 
  • Twitter: @HallCraggs

Tom Turmezei (host)

  • Consultant Radiologist in Norwich
  • Honorary Professor at the University of East Anglia 
  • Clinical interests in musculoskeletal imaging 
  • Research interests in 3-D imaging analysis in musculoskeletal disease
  • Rereader of Tolkien
  • Twitter: @tomturmezei 

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Huge thanks to...
The RCR Events team for podcast recording and development support
Sue Mercer at 1aSquared for sound editing
Vexento for the track We Are One, available free to use at  
Bevibel design for the CRASH! Test sting ( available via Freesound