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Date: Monday 20 February 2023

Time: 17:30 - 19:30

Location: The Curve Lecture Theatre (Hunter Wing, Level 0), View map

Interventional Radiology: Past, Present and Future – A Journey 

Presenter: Professor Robert Morgan

Location: The Curve Lecture Theatre (Hunter Wing, Level 0) with a reception afterwards in The Collaborative Space (Hunter Wing, Level 0) 

About this lecture

Professor Robert Morgan trained in radiology at Plymouth and St George’s Hospitals and in interventional radiology at the University of Texas and Guy’s and St Thomas’s.

After three years as a consultant at St Mary’s Hospital, London, Professor Morgan became Consultant Interventional Radiologist at St George’s in 1999.

His research and clinical interests are in the imaging and treatment of the heart, blood vessels and organs. He helped create the European Board of Interventional Radiology examination, is the Deputy Editor-in-Chief of the scientific journal CVIR Endovascular and was awarded the Gold Medal of the British Society of Interventional Radiology in 2020.

In this Inaugural Lecture, Professor Morgan will discuss the history of interventional radiology in the UK and Europe and his role in its development.

About our Inaugural Lectures

St George's newly arrived or promoted professors are invited to give an Inaugural Lecture to mark this milestone in their academic careers.

Professors use the opportunity to introduce themselves, update colleagues on current and future research plans and share their research with wider audiences. It is also a chance to celebrate the support from friends and family, and from colleagues, mentors, and collaborators past and present.

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