Artificial Intelligence in Imaging: Running before we can walk?
Professor Fergus Gleeson is a Consultant Radiologist and Professor of Radiology in Oxford. He trained in Cambridge, Papworth and London, and was a Fellow in Radiology at UCLA in America. He was appointed to Oxford in 1992, and is the Director of the Oxford Radiology Research Unit at Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust. He is a past President of the European Society of Thoracic Imaging, and has published over 200 peer review papers and book chapters, has a h-index of 62, and currently has more than £30 million in grant income. He is the PI for IDEAL and DART, two multicentre studies investigating the use of Artificial Intelligence in pulmonary nodules and lung cancer, and the PI for EXPLAIN, a multicentre study investigating Long COVID using hyperpolarised Xenon MRI. His specialist interests are in Artificial Intelligence, Thoracic Imaging, PET-CT and Hyperpolarized xenon MRI. He is also the Chief Medical Officer of the National Consortium of Intelligent Medical Imaging (NCIMI): which aims to bring together the NHS, and University and industry partners to promote the development and implementation of artificial intelligence in medicine.

Please email Louise King ( if you would like to attend online.
Date: 27 January 2023, 8:00 (Friday, 2nd week, Hilary 2023)
Venue: John Radcliffe Academic, Headington OX3 9DU
Venue Details: Lecture Theatre 1, and also online via Microsoft Teams
Speaker: Professor Fergus Gleeson
Organising department: Nuffield Department of Surgical Sciences
Organiser: Tarryn Ching (University of Oxford, Nuffield Department of Surgical Sciences)
Part of: Surgical Grand Rounds
Booking required?: Not required
Audience: Members of the University only
Editor: Louise King