Society of Anaesthetists in Radiology

Meet the committee

Please find the present members of the committee, and a contact form for each member.

http://www.societyofanaesthetistsinradiology.org/wp-content/uploads/2012/02/SG-photo-21-e1348654951401-150x150.jpgShane George – President of SAR and acting Secretary

Shane George – President of SAR and acting Secretary

Shane is the new President of the Society of Anaesthetists in Radiology. He was elected by the SAR Council and his 2 year tenure which started in March 2016 will run until March 2018. Shane is also acting as the secretary of the SAR. He is a consultant at Papworth Hospital near Cambridge  He was Lead Clinician for the Cardiothoracic Critical Care at the Oxford Heart Centre for four years during a period of change following the building of a new unit. Prior to this he spent 13 years as a consultant in Anaesthesia and Intensive Care at Harefield, with interest in Intensive Care and Perioperative Echocardiography. With over 60 publications in anaesthesia and intensive care relating to cardiothoracic anaesthesia, intensive care and transplantation. He qualified from St. Bartholomew’s Hospital in 1986 and has the FRCA, FRCP, FFICM and an MBA – London Business School.

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http://www.societyofanaesthetistsinradiology.org/wp-content/uploads/2012/12/MB-photo-4.jpgMike Boscoe – Founder & immediate past President of SAR

Mike Boscoe – Founder & immediate past President of SAR

Mike is the Founder and the immediate past President of SAR. Having recognised the increasing importance of procedures carried out in the radiology department and the pivotal role of the anaesthetist Mike founded The Society of Anaesthetists in Radiology. He recently retired from the NHS after 27 years as Consultant in Cardiothoracic Anaesthesia at Harefield Hospital and is now in Independent Practice. He has a particular interest in interventional radiology and vascular surgery. He qualified from the London Hospital in 1974 and gained the FRCA in 1979.

 

Mike has worked in many cardiac centres abroad including Leiden, Holland in 1979, and Stanford, California in 1988. He has over 40 publications mainly in cardiac anaesthesia and transplantation but has broad interests having until recently served on a NICE technology assessment committee. He is presently a member of the Editorial Board of the International Journal of Surgery.

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Mary Newton – Education Lead

Mary Newton – Education Lead

Mary is the education lead for SAR. She is a Consultant Neuroanaesthetist at The National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery (NHNN), Queen Square, London where she is the clinical lead for anaesthesia for interventional neuroradiology. Her special interests include anaesthesia for major spinal surgery, interventional neuroradiology and acute pain management of neurosurgical patients. She has contributed numerous chapters and articles in each of these specialist areas. She qualified from St George’s Hospital in 1979 and gained the FRCA in 1985.

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http://www.societyofanaesthetistsinradiology.org/wp-content/uploads/2012/02/JH-photo1-225x300.jpgJane Herod – Treasurer

Jane Herod – Treasurer

Qualified from Kings College Hospital medical School in 1992. FRCA 1996 and a Consultant Paediatric Anaesthetist at Great Ormond Street Hospital since 2001. Has a special interest in interventional radiology, neurosurgery, craniofacial, cleft lip + palate surgery as well as conjoint twins. Has a supra-special interest in interventional paediatric neuro-radiology, especially the NCG funded vein of Galen service. Has written book chapter on intervetional paediatric radiology as well as international presentations on provision of anaesthesia for anuerysmal vein of Galen and intra-ophthalmic artery melphalan delivery for children with relapsed retinoblastoma.

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Nick Woodward – Radiology Lead

Nick Woodward – Radiology Lead

Consultant Interventional Radiologist, Royal Free Hospital
Training Programme Director, Royal Free Clinical Radiology scheme. Following medical SHO jobs and a year as a renal/general medical registrar I joined the Royal Free clinical radiology rotation in 2000. Following my CCT I underwent a further year of training in interventional radiology prior to appointment as a consultant at the Royal Free at the end of 2006.

My interests include all aspects of body intervention (including vascular/EVAR, hepatobiliary, interventional oncology, uroradiology and dialysis access).
I am also currently the Training Programme Director for the Royal Free Clinical Radiology registrar scheme.

As Radiology lead for the SAR I hope I can advise the society on relevant developments in both diagnostic and interventional radiology and work together to improve standards and promote best practice.

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Otu Enwo – IT Lead

Otu Enwo – IT Lead

Otu Enwo is a committee member and the IT lead for SAR. He obtained MB BS degree in 1985 and has further qualifications MRCA, FCARCSI and FICS. Otu is a Consultant Neuroanaesthetist with subspecialist interest in anaesthesia for interventional neuroradiology in Queen’s Hospital, Romford. He has produced guidelines in anaesthesia for interventional neuroradiology and takes a lead in this subspecialist area in Essex Neurosciences Centre, Queen’s Hospital, Romford.

Otu has published scientific papers in peer-reviewed journal and has made paper presentation in international scientific meeting in Europe. He is very much involved in voluntary work overseas. He introduced stroke screening programme to the Nigerian government which was inaugurated by President Goodluck Jonathan in October 2013. He has also helped in reactivating some failing hospitals in Nigeria and teach resident anaesthetists in their teaching hospitals.

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