Dr Julie Olliff trained in radiology on the St George’s Hospital London radiology rotation from 1983 to 1988. She was appointed Consultant Radiologist “Honorary Cancer Research Campaign (CRC) Senior Lecturer” at the Royal Marsden Hospital in 1988. During that time she developed a diagnostic and research interest in cross sectional imaging in oncology and haemato-oncology. In 1990 she was appointed Consultant Radiologist at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham with an interest in cross sectional imaging (ultrasound, computed tomography and magnetic resonance imaging).
She has maintained an interest in both education and research. She has been on the editorial board of British Journal of Radiology, Clinical Radiology and Imaging. She reviews for other scientific journals. She has been a Royal College of Radiologists (RCR) Part 2 FRCR examiner most recently in spring 2010. She has been an external examiner for the RCR Sri Lanka 2005, 2007 and 2009 and Malaysia 2009. She has been a member of the RCR training and accreditation committee. She has been Vice President of the United Kingdom Radiology Conference and responsible for the diagnostic radiology programme of the UK’s largest radiology conference. She lectures on local, regional, national and international teaching courses. Currently she is a member of the Scientific Programme Committee for the European Congress of Radiology.
She was President of the British Institute of Radiology (the oldest radiological society in the world) from 2002006-2008. She was a Cochrane Jamil Shanks RCR/IPEM travelling Professor in 2010.
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