Dr Anna Barnes

University College Hospital

Dr Anna Barnes is principal clinical scientist (NIHR-Honorary Senior Clinical Lecturer) for the Siemens PETMRI scanner located at the UCH Macmillan Cancer Centre and part of the Institute of Nuclear Medicine. Projects include applications in oncology, neurology and cardiology. Dr Barnes completed her PhD in SPECT CBF imaging in neurology at the Institute of Neurology, Southern General - University Trust Hospital, Glasgow in 1999 and subsequently completed 2 post doctoral positions in New York (Functional Brain Imaging Lab, North Shore NY-University Hospital and the fMRI Research Center, Neurological Institute, Columbia University). She then spent 5 years 2006-2011 at the Brain Mapping Unit at the University of Cambridge directed by Professor Ed Bullmore and Prof John Suckling and joined the Institute of Nuclear Medicine at the beginning of 2012. She is HCPC registered Clinical Scientist having completed her medical physics training through the Institute of Physics and Engineering in Medicine in 1997.

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