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Professor Taylor trained at St Bartholomews Hospital and qualified in 1994. He underwent specialised training in Gastrointestinal Imaging at St Marks Hospital, Harrow where he undertook an MD in CT Colonography. After a short time as a consultant at St Marks Hospital, in 2005 he moved to University College Hospital as a clinical academic and was appointed Professor of Medical Imaging in 2011.
Research and Awards
Professor Taylor is an academic clinical radiologist specialising in Gastrointestinal and Oncological Imaging (https://www.ucl.ac.uk/medical-imaging/staff/principal-investigators/professor-stuart-taylor). He has personally attracted over £6M grant income as chief investigator and has published over 270 peer reviewed publications (https://iris.ucl.ac.uk/iris/browse/profile?upi=STAYL70).
His academic expertise aligns around translation of imaging technology into patient care and has particular experience in Gastrointestinal and Oncological imaging. He collaborates widely across institutions and disciplines including academic clinicians and surgeons, medical physics, computationalists, academic statisticians and health economists.
He has received many awards and honours including one of the highly prestigious and competitive 5-year HEFCE senior lecturer posts, appointment as Royal College of Radiologists Roentgen Professor, British Institute of Radiology Hounsfield prize, and was recipient of the inaugural Royal College of Radiologist (RCR) Research fellowship.