Honorary consultant in nuclear medicine and research professor
Sally Barrington is a National Institute for Health Research and Social Care (NIHR) research professor.
She has clinical experience in all aspects of PET-CT including oncology, neurology, cardiology and infection/inflammation using a variety of tracers.
Her research programme focuses on using PET to improve outcomes in cancer.
Education and training
Bachelor in medicine, bachelor in surgery (MBBS), United Medical Dental Schools of Guy's and St Thomas', University of London
Master of science (MSc) nuclear medicine, University of London
Fellowship of the royal college of physicians (FRCP)
Fellowship of the royal college of radiologist (FRCR) (awarded without examination)
Doctor in medicine (MD), University of London
- Standardisation and harmonisation of PET imaging
PET for risk and response adaptation of treatment in cancer
Last updated: February 2023