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Section: Nuclear Medicine
I completed a four year undergraduate Masters degree in Mathematics and Physics at the University of Manchester in 2008, and immediately took up a four year hospital training position in the Medical Physics department with Portsmouth Hospitals NHS Trust. As part of my training position, I undertook a postgraduate masters degree in Medical Physics at the University of Surrey in Guildford and chose to specialise in Nuclear Medicine Physics. Towards the end of my training position at Portsmouth, I was employed on a permanent basis within the Nuclear Medicine Physics department in Portsmouth. I attained state registration as a Clinical Scientist, specialising in Nuclear Medicine Physics, in 2012. In 2013, I moved to Guildford to embark on a PhD in Nuclear Medicine which was a joint position between the University of Surrey, Royal Surrey County Hospital and the National Physical Laboratory (the national measurement standards laboratory for the UK). Alongside my PhD studies, I also worked as a Clinical Scientist within the Nuclear Medicine Physics department at the Royal Surrey County Hospital. I completed this PhD in 2018, and now hold a joint post between the Royal Surrey County Hospital and the National Physical Laboratory. In this position, I work as a Clinical Scientist at the hospital and as a Higher Research Scientist at the National Physical Laboratory in addition to providing clinical input to the developmental and research work at the National Physical Laboratory.