Haris’ 2018 Bio: Magnetic Resonance Physicist, Guy’s & St. Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust
After graduating from The University of York in 2013 with a degree in Physics and Philosophy, I joined the NHS Scientist Training Programme at King’s College Hospital to gain Clinical Scientist registration. During the programme, which included a part-time MSc in Medical Physics, I spent time working at a VC-funded Silicon Valley medical imaging startup. Most recently, alongside my job as an MR Physicist at Guy’s and St. Thomas’ Hospitals, I have started a part-time PhD in Neuroimaging at King’s College London, applying artificial intelligence to brain tumour diagnosis.
“I think digital transformation, particularly in healthcare, is critical in order to ensure that we maximise the talents of staff and the value to the end-user”
Project: Assessing the performance of imaging machines
Organisation: Guy’s & St. Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust
The project is to develop an open-source web application that allows radiography, radiology managers and imaging scientists to assess the performance of their imaging machines by providing a free image processing facility for test images.