Sally Barrington

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Honorary consultant in nuclear medicine and research professor

Biography

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 

Research interests

  • Standardisation and harmonisation of PET imaging
  • PET for risk and response adaptation of treatment in cancer

Last updated: September 2022

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