Dr Rumana Hossain MBBS BSc (Hons) MRCP FRCR
Dr Hossain graduated from Imperial College London with MBBS/BSc with 1st Class Honours. She completed her General Medical Training at St. Mary's Hospital, London and John Radcliffe Hospital, Oxford and obtained MRCP. She entered Specialty Training in Radiology in King's College Hospital London and undertook Musculoskeletal Subspecialty training at Guy's and St Thomas' Hospital and The National Royal Orthopaedic Hospital, Stanmore.
Dr Hossain is a Consultant Radiologist in Cross-Sectional and Musculoskeletal Imaging at Basildon and Thurrock Hospitals NHS Trust UK. She has taught undergraduates at Harvard Medical School, USA and has been an Associate Tutor for Neurology at King's College Medical School London. She has lectured at The Guy's and St Thomas Rheumatology Masters Program and is an invited speaker at the Royal College of Radiologists Plain film meeting in 2016 and is a Demonstrator at the MSK Hands On Workshop at the RCR Annual Scientific Meeting.
Dr Hossain teaches on the established Basildon A to Zee FRCR 2B course. She has received excellent feedback from her students and other course organisers.
Dr Hossain has carefully devised and tailored these courses specifically for those sitting the Singapore Joint Final FRCR 2B Examination in Spring so candidates need never think about travelling to the UK for courses again.
Dr Simon Wan MBBChir MA MSc MRCP FRCR
Dr Wan completed his undergraduate studies at the University of Cambridge, before a period of basic medical training culminating in the MRCP diploma. His Specialty Training in Clinical Radiology was spent between Manchester and at King’s College Hospital London. He pursued his subspecialty training in Radionuclide Imaging at the Institute of Nuclear Medicine, based within University College Hospital London, where he is currently a Consultant.
Dr Wan is actively involved in research, with particular interests in the application of functional imaging techniques on hybrid platforms such as PETCT & PETMR in oncological and cardiovascular medicine. He provides teaching for medical undergraduates and has been invited to lecture on PETCT in MSc degree course at University College London. He teaches on the Royal Free Hospital FRCR 2b course, the Newham University Hospital FRCR 2b course and regularly teaches London radiology trainees in preparation for the FRCR 2b examinations. He has written the chapter on Radionuclide Imaging in the "FRCR 2B Viva: A Case-based Approach" book.
Dr Venus Hedayati MBBS MRCP FRCR
Dr Venus Hedayati is a Consultant Radiologist at King’s College Hospital London with a specialist interest in gastrointestinal and gynaecological imaging. She obtained Membership of the Royal College of Physicians in 2009. Thereafter she pursued a radiology career with core radiology training at King’s College Hospital. In 2011 she became a Fellow of the Royal College of Radiologists and undertook her sub-specialty training in Oncological Imaging as a fellow at the Royal Marsden Hospital. She was appointed as a Consultant in 2014.
Teaching is one of her main interests and undertakes case based imaging teaching for the radiology registrars weekly. She also teaches radiology to medical trainees at King’s College Hospital and is a medical school examiner for King’s College Medical School, London. Dr Hedayati runs The Essential Radiology Workshop for the Joint Conference Clinical Oncology, Medical Oncology & Palliative Medicine Survival in London.
Dr Priti Tare MBBS MD in Radiology FRCR
Dr Priti Tare completed her undergraduate and postgraduate degree (MD in Radiology) from India. Her sub-speciality MSK training was at King's College Hospital, London & Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital, Stanmore.
Dr Tare is a Consultant Radiologist in Coss sectional & MSK Radiology at Basildon University Hospital NHS Trust since 2011.
She is RCR College Tutor and Educational Supervisor for the Radiology trainees in Basildon and is responsible for organising and streamlining their teaching and training.
She is a faculty member in the Basildon A to Zee FRCR II (B) . She is also an invited faculty at Queen's Hospital. Dr Tare is passionate about teaching and with the added role of University Training Director, she is also involved in Trust graduate and undergraduate teaching. She has regularly received excellent feedback.
Dr Ermanno Capuano MBBS MD in Radiology PhD
Dr Ermanno Capuano completed his undergraduate and postgraduate degree (MD in Radiology) from Italy. Subsequently he joined the Erasmus Medical Centre (Rotterdam, The Neatherlands) for a fellowship in cardiovascular imaging and immediately after he joined the Ospedale Maggiore di Parma (Italy) as consultant.
After two years, Dr Capuano joined Queen Mary University of London for a
PhD in cardiac imaging and once finished he was appointed as cardiothoracic consultant radiologist at the Aberdeen infirmary hospital (NHS Grampian) were he played an instrumental role in opening and implementing the cardiac imaging service.
Currently Dr Capuano is a Consultant Radiologist in Coss sectional & Cardiothoracic Radiology at Basildon University Hospital NHS Trust since 2015.
He is the Radiology Cancer lead and he is also involved in teaching trainees in Basildon. Dr Capuano is passionate about teaching and since he started his training in radiology he was also involved in formal and informal teaching and undergraduate and trainees supervision. He has regularly received excellent feedback.
Dr Oliver Conway BSc MSc BM FRCR PG Cert (Med Ed) FHEA
Dr. Conway graduated from the University of Southampton Medical School in 2008 and commenced general radiology training at the Peninsula Radiology Academy in 2010 before undertaking subspecialty neuroradiology training in London at the National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery, Queen Square, as well as Great Ormond Street and Barts and the Royal London Hospitals. Dr. Conway joined Derriford Hospital in Plymouth as a consultant Interventional Neuroradiologist in July 2016.
Having worked in secondary school education prior to commencing his career in medicine, Dr. Conway has maintained a keen interest in education having completed both a postgraduate certificate as well as a fellowship in medical education. He has held various educational roles integral to his medical career including honorary lecturing posts for both the University of Nottingham Master’s Degree course in Biological Imaging, and for the University of Exeter and Plymouth Medical Schools. Dr. Conway is a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy and has successfully established a South-West Peninsula Dementia Conference, organised open days and been involved in curriculum redesign for the Peninsula Radiology Academy.
He was appointed as a regional undergraduate representative for the Royal College of Radiologists in 2011 and, most recently, has collaborated on several Royal College documents in his role as a standards subcommittee member for the British Society of Neuroradiologists.