British Association of MR Radiographers (BAMRR)
Rachel obtained her BSc in Diagnostic Radiography at the Robert Gordon''s University, Aberdeen. She subsequently worked in Edinburgh before travelling to Australia to gain extensive experience within MRI, being awarded an MSc in MRI from the University of Queensland.
Rachel returned to the UK for a Superintendent post to design and set up a new MRI service before coming back to Aberdeen in her current position of Lead MRI Superintendent at NHS Grampian.
Rachel maintains an interest in professional issues through her involvement with the MRI Advisory Group of the Society of Radiographers and has undertaken many of roles on the British Association of MR Radiographers (BAMRR) Policy Board, currently being Past President. She also sits on the MR Special Interest Group Management Panel of the British Institute of Radiology, an MRI site design working party and MRI Clinical Advisory group.
MRI departmental design, education and training are her passion.
BAMRR- 30 years on....
An overview of the British Association of MR Radiographers (BAMRR) through the years since its inception 30 years ago to date, covering current projects and future educational opportunities in the exciting field of MRI.
EVEN MORE SEMINARS
Dr Ai Lyn Tan NIHR Leeds Biomedical Research Centre, Chapel Allerton Hospital, and University of Leeds
How imaging has enhanced knowledge about rheumatic diseases
Mrs Simerjit Rai Sandwell & West Birmingham NHS Trust
Patient initiated follow-up and surveillance (story so far)
Dr Claudia Lindner The University of Manchester
BoneFinder®: a software tool to enable automated bone shape analyses
Dr Rajesh Botchu Royal Orthopedic Hospital, Birmingham
MR imaging of bone tumours
Dr Anna Barnes University College Hospital
Imaging biomarkers to investigate neuropathology