University: I lecture to both 2nd, 3rd and final MB students on both general imaging as well as specialised neuro-radiology imaging. In addition I am a tutor for personal and professional development to ten medical students.
Local: I am President of the Manchester Medical Society section of imaging, responsible for developing and organising monthly post graduate lectures on medical imaging. I lecture extensively locally on paediatric neuroradiology including at the yearly neonatal study days.
National: I have given many invited lectures at multiple national meetings including a keynote lecture on paediatric hydrocephalus to the British Society of Paediatric Neurologists. I lectured on Paediatric Neuro-Oncology imaging at the Royal College of Radiologists (RCR) Spring Meeting in 2010 and the 2013 RCR Annual Scientific Meeting (ASM). I was an invited lecturer at the RCR ASM in 2011 on Paediatric Spinal Emergencies. I gave an invited lecture for the RCR in 2013 on provision of a safe paediatric neuroradiology service. I have have co-organised and led the imaging review at the National Neurogenetics Meeting on several occasions.
National: I have co-organised several national meetings which have the highest attendance for continued professional development in radiology, namely; The 2010 RCR Spring Meeting and the 2013 RCR ASM at which I also chaired the paediatric neuroradiology stream and lectured on paediatric demyelinatory disease imaging.
National: I am the BSNR du Boulay Professor of Neuroradiology, my role involves 12 half days trainee teaching on neuroradiology and then specific lectures covering developing a neuroradiology career and the importance of combining research into such a career to continue excellence in neuroradiology academic practice in the NHS and academia.