clinical scientist

clinical scientist

A person with a university degree who works for the NHS in the laboratory in basic and applied research, management, and teaching. Clinical scientists may contribute directly to patient management and undertake Quality Assurance (QA) or External Quality Assessment (EQA) work.
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Dr Francis Mussai, lead author of the study and Cancer Research UK Clinical Scientist Fellow at the University of Birmingham, said: "Treatments that work with the immune system to kill cancer often fail because it can be difficult for our body's defences to get access to the tumour cells.
Fruition Paul Evans, consultant clinical scientist and head of radiotherapy physics at SaTH, said: "We have been planning and working on this project to upgrade the software and servers in radiotherapy for the last two years, and it has finally come to fruition, which is great news for both our patients and our staff.
Claire Lingard, Principal Clinical Scientist for Audiology, said: "There is no loss of service and we will continue to see both adults and children at James Preston, offering drop-in hearing aid repair sessions.
Dr Roger Staff, a clinical scientist at Aberdeen Royal Infirmary, says that new scanning technology for detecting prostate cancer in Scotland will "significantly improve" its management.
"The results of this study should raise awareness that young people are particularly vulnerable to the media," says study author Lisa Horowitz, clinical scientist in the NIMH Intramural Research Program.
Clinical scientist at Moorfields Eye Hospital, Pearse Keane, aims to develop a binocular OCT device that could eventually enable patients to produce images of their eyes remotely without the need for a doctor or optometrist.
ATRAINEE clinical scientist has used the latest 3D printing technology to improve the lives of wheelchair users.
Dr Fatma Al Hashemi, senior clinical scientist and head of donor recruitment at the centre, stressed the importance of the campaign as more than 80 diseases can be cured using cord blood stem cells, including thalassemia, leukaemia and sickle cell disease.
From left, Hazel McCallum, Consultant Clinical Scientist; Rachel Pearson, Consultant Clinical Oncologist; Karen Pilling, Clinical Lead Superintendent Radiographer; Keith Kirby, MR-only planning radiotherapy patient, Jonathan Wyatt, Clinical Scientist; Serena West, Imaging Superintendent Radiographer; Michele Wilkinson, Principal Dosimetrist.
Eskinder Solomon, Consultant Clinical Scientist at University College London and four SIUT faculty members lead by Dr.
Dr Rizwan Hamid, consultant urologist and clinical lead for neuro-urology, Eskinder Solomon, consultant clinical scientist at University College, London, and four SIUT faculty members led by professor of urology, Dr Manzoor Hussain, conducted the course.
Two foreign experts Dr Rizwan Hamid Consultant Urologist and Clinical Lead for Neuro-urology and Eskinder Solomon, Consultant Clinical Scientist at University College London and four SIUT faculty members led by Dr Manzoor Hussain, Professor of Urology are conducting this course.

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