Sir Godfrey Hounsfield memorial lecture

Established in 1997 in honour of Sir Godfrey Hounsfield and his pioneering work in computed tomography, this lecture was initially endowed by Dr Marion Frank OBE, and subsequently funded by a bequest from Sir Godfrey Hounsfield. Nominations can be for a BIR Member of any age and discipline and the lecture carries a stipend of £1,000. The subject of the lecture should be an account of a major recent advance in radiology and its allied sciences and it is usually given at the BIR's Annual Congress.

2021 award


Vicky Goh

 

This was presented to Professor Vicky Goh at the BIR Annual Congress on 4 November. Professor Goh delivered a brilliant talk on “PET–MR: Integrating the best of both modalities for cancer care”.

Professor Goh is Head of Department, Cancer Imaging at the School of Biomedical Engineering and Imaging Sciences, King’s College London and Honorary Consultant Radiologist at Guy’s and St Thomas’ Hospitals, London.




Previous Lecturers

2019

Professor Andrew Scarsbrook

2020

Professor Clare Gerada

2017

Dr Gareth Davies

2018

Professor Andre Dekker

2015

Professor Habib Zaidi

2016

Professor Stephan Achenbach

2014

Professor Ignac Fogelman 

2013

Not awarded

2012

Dr Stuart Taylor

2011

Dr Gary Cook

2010

Professor Bleddyn Jones

2009

Professor Francis Smith

2008

Dr Stephen Golding

2007

Dr Clive Kay

2006

Professor Andy Adam

2005

Professor Willi Kalender and Professor Adrian Dixon

2004

Dr Anwar Padhani

2003

Professor Alan Jackson

2002

Dr Andrzej Dzik-Jurasz

2001

Dr Elspeth Whitby

2000

Dr Chris Nutting

1999

Professor Ken Miles

1998

Dr Steve Halligan

1997

Dr Martin Blomley



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