Dr James Drummond studied Oriental Languages at Oxford University before attending medical school at The University of New South Wales, graduating MBBS in 2008. He completed prevocational training at RPA and his radiology training at Royal North Shore Hospital, attaining FRANZCR in 2016. James undertook a year of advanced training in Nuclear Medicine and PET at RNSH, followed by fellowship in Neuroradiology at Mt Sinai Hospital in New York.
James returned to RNSH and North Shore Radiology in 2017. He is a Staff Specialist in Radiology at RNSH and a visiting specialist in the department of Radiation Oncology. James is the inaugural Radiology Chief of the Brain Imaging Laboratory, Department of Radiation Oncology which is supported by the Brain Cancer Group. Dr Drummond has a mixed clinical / academic research appointment at RNSH and is actively involved in multiple clinical trials.
James’s areas of expertise include all aspects of Neuroradiology, including brain and spine. He has particular interest in Neuro-oncology and MRI research, including machine learning and use of AI in radiology.
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