Meet The Team

Professor Sobhan Vinjamuri

Clinical Lead - International Business

As an expert in Diagnostic and Therapeutic Nuclear Medicine and PET-CT, Professor Vinjamuri leads one of the largest Nuclear Medicine Departments in the UK, at the Royal Liverpool University Hospital.

Professor Vinjamuri is the Clinical Audit Lead for his Trust, leads the Radionuclide Brain Imaging Service for Dementia and he is an ARSAC licence holder.

Qualifying in Medicine in 1991, Professor Vinjamuri gained the Certificate of Completion of Specialist Training (CCST) in Nuclear Medicine in 1998. Becoming a Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians in 2004, he was conferred with his Honorary Professorship in Nuclear Medicine by the University of Liverpool in 2012. Professor Vinjamuri was the President of the British Nuclear Medicine Society between 2016 and 2018, Chairman of the Liverpool Research Ethics Committee and Editor-in-Chief of Nuclear Medicine Communications.

Professor Vinjamuri is highly respected international expert in radiation training and as a well-regarded Auditor; he has served internationally on behalf of the International Atomic Energy Agency. Publishing widely, he is heavily involved in clinical research and teaching but also has a strong interest in international practice, particularly in audit services.

Our Clinical Leads

Dr Ben Timmis

Medical Director

Professor Sobhan Vinjamuri

Clinical Lead - International Business

Dr David Grant

Lead, AI and Emerging Technologies

Prof Deborah Cunningham

Mammography Clinical Lead

Dr Charlotte Fowler

Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging Clinical Lead

Dr Anna Herrey

Cardiology Clinical Lead

Dr Maneesh Patel

Neuroradiology Clinical Lead

About 4ways

4ways has been providing flexible support to NHS Trusts and private clients since 2005 and currently supports over 70 NHS Trusts and numerous private companies across c.160 sites.

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