PhD Student and Research Associate
Department of Radiology, University of Cambridge School of Clinical Medicine
Email: David Hulse
Dr Hulse graduated from UCL medical school in 2014, beginning his medical career at the Royal Free Hospital in London followed by Basildon Hospital in Essex. He transferred to Cambridge in 2016 to undertake specialist training in Radiology, with subspecialty interests including radionuclide imaging and PET. He joined the Academic Department of Radiology as a Clinical Research Associate and PhD student within the Radiogenomics and Quantitative Imaging Group.
|FRCR: Radiology||Royal College of Radiologists||2019|
|MBBS: Medicine and Surgery||University College London||2014|
|BSc (Hons): Human Genetics||University College London||2012|
David’s research focuses on the use of 89Zr-immunotracers in PET/MRI, working closely with Dr Luigi Aloj. His PhD supervisor is Prof. Martin Graves.