Imperial College London

ProfessorAndreaRockall

Faculty of MedicineDepartment of Surgery & Cancer

Clinical Chair in Radiology
 
 
 
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ICTEM buildingHammersmith Campus

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Summary

 

Summary

Andrea Rockall is Clinical Chair of Radiology, Imperial College London and Hon Consultant Radiologist at Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust and at The Royal Marsden Hospital.  Following graduation from King’s College Hospital, London in 1990 she trained in radiology at St Mary’s Hospital and University College Hospital, London.  She was awarded the Rohan Williams Medal (Gold Medal) for the FRCR examination. In 2000, she was appointed as Senior Lecturer in Diagnostic Imaging at Queen Mary University London and Honorary Consultant Radiologist at Barts and The London NHS Trust and has worked at both Imperial and Royal Marsden Hospital since 2012, prior to her current appointment.

Her special interests are in genitourinary cancer, image-based clinical trials, functional imaging in response assessment and machine-learning applications in radiology.  She is currently the Chief Investigator of the CRUK MAPPING trial in cervix and endometrial cancer and three NIHR trials MALIBO, MALIMAR (machine learning studies) and MROC (multicenter UK trial evaluating multi-parametric MRI in suspected or confirmed ovarian cancer).

 

Publications

Journals

Lai AYT, Riddell A, Barwick T, et al., 2020, Interobserver agreement of whole-body magnetic resonance imaging is superior to whole-body computed tomography for assessing disease burden in patients with multiple myeloma, European Radiology, Vol:30, ISSN:0938-7994, Pages:320-327

Rockall A, 2020, From hype to hope to hard work: developing responsible AI for radiology, Clinical Radiology, Vol:75, ISSN:0009-9260, Pages:1-2

Evans REC, Taylor SA, Kalasthry J, et al., 2019, Patient deprivation and perceived scan burden negatively impact the quality of whole-body MRI., Clin Radiol

Taylor SA, Mallett S, Miles A, et al., 2019, Whole-body MRI compared with standard pathways for staging metastatic disease in lung and colorectal cancer: the Streamline diagnostic accuracy studies., Health Technol Assess, Vol:23, Pages:1-270

Conference

Miles A, Taylor SA, Evans REC, et al., 2019, Patient preferences for whole-body MRI or conventional staging pathways in lung and colorectal cancer: a discrete choice experiment, SPRINGER, Pages:3889-3900, ISSN:0938-7994

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