Clinical Senate Council

Chief Scientist, Head of Medical Physics and Clinical Engineering

Claire qualified as a Nuclear Medicine Physicist in 1987 and worked in Nuclear Medicine in several hospitals across the UK. Claire moved to the East Midlands in 2007 working at UHL before becoming Head of Medical Physics and Clinical Engineering in Nottingham in 2015 and more recently taking the post of the Chief Scientist providing senior professional leadership for scientists across NUH. Claire advises on Nuclear Medicine nationally as a member of the British Nuclear Medicine Society Council and Professional Standards Committee, and is working with the Academy of Healthcare Science to develop standards for scientific services. Claire is passionate about providing high quality, state of the art, cost effective healthcare, and believes that new technologies will support dramatic changes to healthcare offering great opportunities to patients and clinicians. HCS working with patients, healthcare providers, industry and academia will play a pivotal role in enabling the health service to realise its full potential and deliver services that are fit for the future.