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Dr Mike Michell


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Musculoskeletal radiology

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Professional Biography

Dr Michael Michell qualified in medicine from Cambridge University and was appointed Consultant Radiologist at King’s College Hospital, London in 1986. He has been Clinical Director of the Breast Screening Programme at King’s College Hospital and National Training Centre since 1998. The Screening Service carries out routine mammography examinations on over 35,000 women per annum and the National Training Centre provides specialist training in all aspects of breast radiology for radiologists, radiographers and other professionals involved in the service. {{ label }}

Dr Michell has been involved in the development of the Quality Assurance Programme for the National Breast Screening Programme, has been Chairman of the National Breast Screening Radiology Quality Assurance Committee and is currently the Lead Radiologist for Screening Quality Assurance for London Region. He has been a member of the Department of Health Advisory Committee for Breast Cancer Screening and is currently serving on the Cancer Services Reform Group. He has lectured extensively in North America, Europe, the Far East and Australia and is an acknowledged expert on all aspects of screening and diagnosis of breast disease.

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