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Liam Mannion

Lecturer in Radiotherapy & Oncology

School of Health Sciences, Division of Midwifery & Radiography

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Contact

Postal Address

City, University of London
Northampton Square
London
EC1V 0HB
United Kingdom

About

Background

Liam is a Lecturer in Radiotherapy & Oncology and joined City University London in 2015.

Liam completed a degree in Microbiology at University College Dublin in 2010. His work for his final year thesis was on Clostridium difficile and focused on the effects of a novel biocide on clinically relevant strains of the pathogen. Post-qualifying he worked as a graduate in a pathology laboratory in Dublin.

Liam moved to London in 2011 and trained as a Therapy Radiographer at Guy’s and St. Thomas’ Hospital – qualifying with a PgDip from London South Bank University. Upon qualification he worked at Guy’s and St. Thomas’ hospital and shortly after he moved to the Bupa Cromwell Hospital to work as a senior radiographer treating patients exclusively with TomoTherapy.

Qualifications

MSc Therapeutic Radiography - London South Bank University
BSc (Hons) Microbiology - University College Dublin

Employment

Bupa Cromwell Hospital
Guy's and St. Thomas' NHS Foundation Trust

Link Lecturer

Southend University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust
The London Radiotherapy Centre at Guy’s and St Thomas’

Professional Membership

Health and Care Professions Council

Publications

Conference Paper/Proceedings

  1. Mannion, L. and Parmar, S. (2015). Oligometastases: Is the line between radical and palliative Radiotherapy starting to blur? 2015 NCRI Cancer Conference 1-4 November, BT Convention Centre, Liverpool, UK.

Education

Lecturing / Teaching

Undergraduate: BSc (Hons) Radiotherapy and Oncology

- RT1023 Principles of Radiotherapy Practice
- RT1024 Anatomy, Physiology and Oncology 1
- RT1025 Anatomy, Physiology and Oncology 2
- RT1026 Radiotherapy Equipment
- RT2022 Management and Radiotherapy Technique A
- RT2025 Radiobiology
- RT3023 Management & Radiotherapy Technique B



Foundation: FdSc Healthcare - Radiotherapy Practice

- RT1012 Introduction to professional practice
- RT1013 Anatomy, oncology and management 1
- RT1014 Anatomy, oncology and management 2
- RT1016 Radiotherapy Equipment
- RT2017 Anatomy, oncology and management 3

Module Leader

- RT1033 Principles of Radiotherapy Practice
- RT2025 Radiobiology
- RT2022 Management & Radiotherapy Technique A
- RT3023 Management & Radiotherapy Technique B

Other Activities

Event/Conference

  1. NCRI Cancer Conference 2015. Liverpool (2015).
    Description: Poster presentation

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