CRASH! podcast: Episode 2: Under way

In this second episode we talk to radiologists that are currently or have recently been engaged in a PhD as part of their academic development. We find out what this experience has brought them (both expected and unexpected), and how they have balanced all this with their clinical career.

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Tom Turmezei (host)

  • Consultant Radiologist in Norwich
  • Honorary Senior Lecturer at the University of East Anglia
  • Clinical interests in Musculoskeletal imaging
  • Research interests in 3D imaging analysis of osteoarthritis and skeletal anatomy
  • Twitter: @tomturmezei
  • Once bought and wore shiny pink-and-purple Paul Smith trousers

Tim Bray (guest)

  • Clinical Lecturer in Radiology at University College London
  • Clinical interests in Musculoskeletal imaging
  • Research interests in quantitative bone marrow imaging
  • Twitter: @Timothyjpbray
  • Not a fan of custard cream biscuits

Anu Obaro (guest)

  • Post-CCT PhD Fellow at St Mark’s Hospital, London
  • Clinical interests in Gastrointestinal imaging
  • Research interests in CT colonography performance
  • Twitter: @anu_obaro
  • Always eats dessert first

Russell Frood (guest)

  • ST5 in Radiology Fellow at Leeds on OOPE currently 2nd year PhD
  • Clinical interests in Head & Neck imaging and vascular intervention
  • Research interests in machine learning and artificial intelligence in lymphoma
  • Twitter: @RussellFrood
  • Bolognese king

Susie Shelmerdine (guest)

  • MRC PhD Fellow at Great Ormond Street Hospital, London
  • Clinical interests in Paediatric imaging
  • Research interests in paediatric post mortem imaging and digital impact
  • Twitter: @SusieShels
  • Rocked a fluorescent pink dress in ultrasound the other week 

Huge thanks to:

  • The RCR Professional Learning and Development team for podcast recording and development support
  • Sue Mercer at 1aSquared for sound editing
  • Vexento for use of the track We Are One, available free to use
  • Bevibel design for the CRASH! Test sting available via Freesound