Rebecca Quest is Head of MR Physics and MR Safety Expert at Imperial College Healthcare Trust and an Honorary Senior Lecturer with Imperial College London.
She is an experienced Clinical Scientist with a demonstrated history of working in the clinical health care industry and a strong research professional having worked on academic research projects with the university. She has a high degree of professional expertise in MRI Equipment Procurement, Commissioning, Clinical Research, MR Safety, Research, Development and Spectroscopy. She has expertise in directing and managing an MRI physics service as well as postgraduate teaching.
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