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Yasmeen Malik

Course Director for Radiotherapy & Oncology
I am the Course Director for Radiotherapy & Oncology, based at St George's, University of London - the UK’s specialist health university.

I am the Course Director for the Radiotherapy & Oncology Programme in the Centre for Allied Health at St George’s University of London.  My role includes managing the programme, student experience, research, teaching and promoting the profession. 

I am also the Course Admission Tutor, External Examiner for the University of Salford, and Radiotherapy Treatment Planning Lead. And the Clinical Link Tutor for Royal Marsden Hospital.

My professional practice has given me the opportunity to work in clinical, academic and education management.  I have worked in the NHS as the Team Lead in Radiotherapy Treatment Delivery, Treatment Planning, Radiographer-Led Image Verification; and worked as a Clinical Learning Facilitator at Imperial NHS Trust; and as an Education Manager in a leading Breast Screening Service.

I recommend studying Radiotherapy & Oncology, the future career prospects are excellent with opportunities to advance your career in Advanced and Consultant level Practice.  

Our NSS Survey score for 2020 was 100% for Therapeutic Radiography at St George’s University of London.   

Therapeutic radiography students.
Therapeutic radiography students.
Therapeutic radiography students.
Therapeutic radiography students.
Therapeutic radiography students.
Therapeutic radiography students.
Therapeutic radiography students.

Current Research Project Supervision

Investigation of interval cancer characteristics with comparison to screen detected cancers making inferences concerning prognostic outcome.

The role of radio-sensitiser, carbon and nicotinamide, in bladder cancer. A systematic literature review. 

Can Artificial Intelligence improve sensitivity and specificity in mammography.  

An investigation into whether medical ultrasound can be utilised to compliment digital imaging for Rheumatoid Arthritis: A systematic literature review.

Reporting Non-Accidental Injuries and the role of the radiographer.

Should the age extension trial be extended from age 40 within the NHBSP. 

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