Programme director, MSc Neuroimaging for Research & Imaging MSc, Edinburgh Imaging Academy
Honorary Senior Lecturer, 2008-2015. University of Edinburgh
Neuroradiologist, 2002-present. Brain Research Imaging Centre, University of Edinburgh & Division of Clinical Neurosciences, Lothian NHS
Neuroradiology Fellow, 2004-2007. University of Edinburgh. Supervisor: Prof. JM Wardlaw
Neuroradiology Clinical Trainee, 1997-2002. QEII Health Sciences Centre, Halifax, Canada
Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians of Canada (Diagnostic Radiology), 2002
American Board of Radiology Certification (Diagnostic Imaging), 2002
Licentiate of the Medical Council of Canada, 1998
Medicinae Doctor (MBChB equivalent), 1997. University of Calgary
Master of Science (Medical Biophysics), 1995. University of Western Ontario
Bachelor of Science (Honours, First Class, Physics & Chemistry), 1990. University of British Columbia
I am a Neuroradiologist, which means I am involved with medical imaging of primarily the brain and spine. My work is both clinical - in the NHS - as well as research and educationally based - at the University of Edinburgh.
My main interest is in how imaging can be applied to the investigation of stroke, small vessel disease and the ageing process. I also teach about imaging, mainly via online distance learning programmes - the University of Edinburgh MSc Neuroimaging for research, and Imaging MSc.