Special clinical interest in cancer imaging with whole body PET-CT and MRI head and neck cancer imaging.
Oncology Radiologist supporting oncologists and surgical colleagues in a wide range of cancer types. Specialist in key imaging modalities integral to cancer staging, treatment response, surveillance and screening.
Dr Subhadip Ghosh-Ray chose his career in radiology whilst at school, studied medicine at UCL and completed his radiology training in London in 2011. He then carried out a 6th year fellowship in Oncology and Head and Neck imaging through the North West London Cancer Network partners.
Since 2016 he has been a full-time member of the radiology faculty supporting Mount Vernon Cancer Centre oncologists and a core member of the regional Head & Neck Cancer Network. He holds radiology review meetings covering different cancer types including melanoma and lymphoma as well as a broad range of imaging techniques such as FDG PET-CT, dual energy CT and whole body MRI.
His other interests lie in Medical Informatics and Nuclear Medicine for which he has published and presented internationally. Putting patient safety first healso chairs radiology meetings internally ensuring the entire faculty works efficiently and safely.
- Multimodality Cross Sectional Imaging
NHS Hospital / affiliated hospitals / current post(s)
- Mount Vernon Cancer Centre, Northwood, Middlesex
Other clinical Interests
Research interests / Publications & Affiliations
- Dose optimisation
- Sequence development
- Journal of Nuclear Medicine
- British Society of Head & Neck Imaging
- European Society of Head & Neck Radiology
- Fellow of the Royal College of Radiologists