Mr Andrew Lloyd
School of Health Sciences (Medical Radiation Science)
Andrew Lloyd is a lecturer in Nuclear Medicine.
Andrew has worked for 23 years as a nuclear medicine Technologist and has been accredited with the ANZSNM since 1994. In that time he has worked in several and diverse roles, including Chief Technologist. Andrew has specialised in Positron Emission Tomography (PET) since 1999, and continues to work in both conventional and PET Nuclear Medicine at the Hunter and New England Imaging Service.
Mr Lloyd’s program of research focuses on the optimisation of administered doses in PET/CT and implementation of technological advances into clinical practice.
Andrew is committed to collaborative research, and is currently involved with a project that is developing an effective and universally available image quality analysis tool for 18F-FDG PET/CT images. Andrew is also involved with a project examining implementation and monitoring of image quality control programs within nuclear medicine departments.Mr Lloyd was co-recipient of the 2001 Amersham Award for work describing the effect of 67Gallium-Citrate on 18F-FDG PET image quality. This work validated clinical protocols for sequential complementary patient scanning procedures.
- Diploma of Applied Science, University of Sydney
- 18F-FDG activity
- Acquisition Protocols
- Emission Tomography
- Nuclear Medicine
- English (Mother)
Fields of Research
|110320||Radiology and Organ Imaging||10|
|Title||Organisation / Department|
|Lecturer||University of Newcastle
School of Health Sciences
|Dates||Title||Organisation / Department|
Nuclear Medicine Technologist
Various public and private nuclear medicine departments and facilities within Australia, and Guy's and St Thomas' Hospital London.
|Several Public and Private Facillities
Nuclear medicine Professional Practice IIB
Faculty of Health, University of Newcastle
|Casual Tutor and Lecturer in Nuclear Medicine||1/02/2009 - 20/04/2011|