Prof Paul Marsden
Paul Marsden is Professor of PET Physics at King’s College London. He led the early development of combined PET and MRI multimodality imaging systems and his research interests include all aspects of PET imaging from detectors and imaging systems through to data acquisition and analysis methods for clinical and research PET studies. Much of this involves collaborating with clinicians and scientists in oncology, cardiology and neuropsychiatry. As Director of Medical Physics at Guy’s and St Thomas’ PET Centre Paul is familiar with the regulatory, logistical and technical issues associated with PET imaging. He is co-lead of the UK PET Core Lab and General Chair of the 2019 IEEE Nuclear Science Symposium and Medical Imaging Conference.