Hepatobiliary and urological radiology
MBChB, BA (Oxon), MRCS, FRCR
Phone number: 020 7794 0500
Email address: Lee.firstname.lastname@example.org
After qualifying in medicine in 1996 Dr Grant completed basic surgical training at the Queens Medical Centre in Nottingham prior to working for Pfizer Pharmaceuticals for four years until entry back into specialist training within the NHS. Upon completing his radiology training at Addenbrookes Hospital, including a specialist year at the Royal Marsden Hospital, he was appointed as a consultant radiologist at the Royal Free Hospital in 2010.
His areas of sub specialisation include hepatobiliary imaging as well as urological imaging. He is a core member of the hepatobiliary and urological MDT lead radiologist for research activities within the radiology department and co-lead radiologist for cancers of the GU system.
- L Grant, N Griffin. Common patterns of tumour spread. Insights Imaging. 2011 Jun;2(3):205-214. Epub 2011 Apr 14.
- L Grant, N Griffin, J Appleby, A Adam, Gishen P.Facing the future: the effects of the impending financial tsunami on radiology services in the UK.Br J Radiol. 2012 Jun;85(1014):784-91
- L Grant, F Hampson, S McDonald, A Vargas, R Sinnatamby. The role of the consultant radiologist – are patients still in the dark? Eur Radiol. 2009 Oct;19(10):2326-32
- In addition, I have written a major radiology textbook which has received unanimous excellent reviews: Essentials of Diagnostic Radiology (1st edition) – Elseveir Publishing (2013)