Courses

The PET Centre at St Thomas' Hospital London runs regular training courses for physicians, radiologists, radiographers and scientists and, as part of the medical school, contributes to undergraduate and postgraduate teaching.

If you are interested in one of our projects and becoming one of our PhDs, Post Docs or Fellows please look on the staff page for the relevant principal investigator's details and get in touch.

To look at other short course options that we have available please take a look here.

Contact teachingadmin-imaging@kcl.ac.uk if you wish to be added to the course mailing list.


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Short Course: Neuroanatomy for Imagers

This one-day course has been designed for people working in imaging but with no neuroanatomical background.

It will be ideal for statisticians, physicists, chemists, radiographers, mathematicians, computer scientists, psychologists and research fellows/PhD students. Based upon 180 slides but of a highly interactive nature, the course aims to further imaging and neuroscience research by enhancing neuroanatomical knowledge among participants.

This course is usually held in March and November. Please check back later for details of how to apply.


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Short Course: PET Technology and Application

Molecular imaging is an established and relevant tool for diagnostic imaging, clinical research and drug development.

This three-day course is designed to deliver extensive practical and hands-on training on experimental design and PET data analysis. You will learn how to design, quantify and analyze a PET tracer study. The course is appropriate for graduates of medicine, biological sciences, engineering, physics and mathematics.

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This course will next be held on/from the 24th April 2019.

Click here to download the course flyer.

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Short Course: Simultaneous PET-MR: Science and Practice

This course takes place at St Thomas' Hospital in Central London (opposite Houses of Parliament / "Big Ben")!

The first day will review either PET or MR theory separately for people with a background in the respective other modality. We then cover the new simultaneous PET-MR scanners in terms of technology and applications. There are lectures, scanner visits, interactive Active Learning sessions, industry perspective (by both GE & Siemens), workshops, and sessions on reading scans together with clinicians. The content of the course has been certified by the CPD Certification Service as conforming to continuing professional development principles.

Click here to download the programme for the upcoming course.

This course will next be held on/from the 19th June 2019.

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Short Course: PET Methodology

Molecular imaging is an established and relevant tool for diagnostic imaging, clinical research and drug development.

This three-day course is designed to deliver extensive practical and hands-on training on experimental design and PET data analysis. You will learn how to design, quantify and analyze a PET tracer study.

The course is appropriate for graduates of medicine, biological sciences, engineering, physics and mathematics.

This course is usually held in March and October. Please check back later for details of how to apply.


MSc Radiopharmaceuticals Course

MSc and MRes in PET Radiochemistry

The Radiopharmaceutics & PET Radiochemistry MSc programme is the only one of its kind worldwide.

We offer relevant work placements alongside excellent teaching to lead you on your chosen pathway.

This course will equip you to work as a radiopharmaceutical scientist in a PET radiochemistry centre (cyclotron unit) or a conventional radiopharmacy.

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MSc Nuclear Medicine Course

MSc in Nuclear Medicine

This programme develops skills for the provision of safe, high-quality nuclear medicine services by offering nuclear medicine training with a strong scientific and academic framework in an approved structured service environment.

The course is taught collaboratively by five University of London medical schools and draws on professional expertise from many disciplines giving you a solid base firmly grounded in reali life application of the subject.

This course will equip you to work as a radiopharmaceutical scientist in a PET radiochemistry centre (cyclotron unit) or a conventional radiopharmacy.

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