Hi-tech scanners for the next generation

Shown here, from left, are nieces of Susan Hall Libby Jones and Annie Callaghan, university vice chancellor Professor Martin Hall, Toshiba account executive, CT/MRI/XRAY, Carl McMullen with Dr Julie Nightingale, Professor Stuart Mackay and Professor Peter Hogg from the Directorate of Radiography.  


The University of Salford has officially launched a suite of hi-tech scanners that will help train its next generation of radiographers to produce high quality images.


The launch of the university’s Susan Hall Imaging Facilities means that Salford is now one of a few universities in the UK to have a CT scanner to train radiography students in diagnostic scanning and research techniques.


The event – attended by more than 60 high-profile radiography experts – saw the unveiling of a £300,000 Toshiba Aquilion CT scanner and two computed radiography x-ray rooms.


See the full report on page 11 of the July 2011 issue of RAD Magazine.

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