Andrew Plumb is an academic clinical radiologist, with particular expertise in gastrointestinal imaging. He initially trained in Oxford before moving back to his home town of Manchester for general Radiology training. After completing the FRCR (for which he was awarded the Frank Doyle Medal) he undertook his PhD and subspecialty training in GI radiology at University College London with Professors Steve Halligan and Stuart Taylor, obtaining a prestigious UCL Graduate Research Scholarship and the RCR Kodak Fund Scholarship.
Andrew is currently Senior Lecturer and Consultant Radiologist, UCL. His main academic interests are imaging of Crohn’s disease using MRI and Ultrasound, applications of CT colonography in the Bowel Cancer Screening Programme, and development of Photoacoustic Imaging (PAI) as a clinical tool for medical imaging. For the latter, he enjoys a mutually beneficial collaboration with Professor Paul Beard, UCL Medical Physics and Biomedical Engineering and the UCL PAI group.