The SRT was founded in 1993 under the auspices of The Royal College of Radiologists
The society is a non-profit making organisation, run by radiology trainees specifically to promote radiology training and education in the UK. This online forum is open to all those interested in issues relating to radiology training and education the UK, including all current specialist registrars, those involved with radiology training and clinicians considering radiology as a career.
We promote cooperation between radiology allied professionals including radiographers, sonographers, physicists and other medical specialties through such endeavours such as our ‘Trainer of the Year’ awards, sponsored prizes for our conference and through joint educational courses.
Dr. Yousar Jafar
My name is Yousar Jafar and I am an ST5 Trainee in the South Wales Training Scheme with a subspecialty interest in Women’s Imaging.
I am extremely passionate about the work trainee led societies do for their members and am delighted to have been elected as the President of The SRT for 2 years from 2017 to 2019 to continue the hard work in making The SRT a dynamic and innovative society.
The society’s ethos is to ‘Foster Excellence in Radiology’ and as President I am working towards making The SRT a society that leads the way in trainee led initiatives as well as to be an innovative forum for Radiology Trainees across the UK. We are also collaborating with colleagues from Radiology subspecialty societies/institutions to achieve our educational aims and maintaining existing links with our surgical and medical colleagues to ensure that Radiology remains at the forefront of patient care.
The SRT is committed to ensuring we provide a stimulating and exciting Annual Educational Conference but also to be the first port of call for answering any questions related to training and exams. This year we will be working in collaboration with the Junior Radiologists’ Forum (JRF) to reach out to as many radiology trainees as possible to engage with our educational events. We have the full support of the Royal College of Radiologists in meeting our objectives and as a committee we are working towards making The SRT an invaluable resource for all radiology trainees and junior doctors who wish to pursue a career in Clinical Radiology.
If you have any ideas for our website or what you would like to see the society do please contact me on email@example.com
Dr. Daniel Weinberg
I am currently in my second year of radiology training in the North West, having previously completed the Academic Foundation Programme in Manchester. This is my third year on The SRT committee and I look forward to acting in position as Vice President in the 2018/19 academic year. If you have any queries regarding the society that you would like to direct to me, do not hesitate in emailing me at firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
Dr. Maria McGill
Northern Ireland Representative
Hi my name is Maria McGill and I am a 5th year radiology trainee from Northern Ireland. After completing my foundation years I headed off to Australia to discover I was terrible at surfing, wind surfing and well all water base activities! I returned to the UK to take up my radiology training post in Northern Ireland and have developed interests in body MRI and medical education. Outside of work I am a proud dog owner and travel enthusiast.
Dr. Eilidh Bell
I’m Eilidh Bell, the Treasurer of The SRT. I am an ST1 Radiology trainee based in Aberdeen and a University of Dundee graduate.
As part of the SRT, I want to help improve radiology knowledge amongst foundation trainees and medical students, promote radiology as a specialty and support and improve radiology training.
Outside of medicine, I like ballet dancing, learning Korean, consuming caffeine in all its forms, travelling, video games and hiking!
Dr. Cameron Spence
Hi, I’m Cameron, and I’m delighted to have been elected to join the committee from 2017 as the Foundation Year Representative for England. In my second year on the committee I am now the secretary of The SRT. I started F1 in Dorchester on the South Coast in 2017. I also qualified with a degree in Dentistry from Bristol in 2011. I have spent 5 years working in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, both before and during my MBChB in Manchester, and was a Middle Grade for 2 years. I have also worked as a General Dental Practitioner. Such experiences have given me a particular interest in Head and Neck Radiology.
One of my roles in the committee involves raising the profile of the specialty throughout the Foundation Programme and Medical Schools. I also hope to help develop the SRT website with more information about career options within Radiology. I hope to use my pride and optimism for our specialty to attract the best and brightest foundation doctors and medical students to radiology training.
Dr. Richard White
I have been a Consultant Vascular and Interventional Radiologist in Cardiff since 2013, with a keen interest in research. I undertook my Radiology Training in Dundee. I was vice-president of The SRT for 2 years before I was elected President in 2011-12, holding the meeting in its most Northerly meeting to date – Edinburgh. My role on The SRT committee is as a Consultant Advisor. I will be in charge of selecting abstracts for the upcoming Annual Educational Conference in Cardiff, May 2018 as well as assisting with Interventional Radiology workshops at the event.