Sally Barrington, MD

Professor of PET Imaging in PET Imaging Centre, Division of Imaging Sciences and Biomedical Engineering, King's College London, St. Thomas' Hospital, London, UK

Sally Barrington is Professor of PET Imaging at the KCL and Guy’s & St Thomas’ PET Centre, with experience in Oncological and non-Oncological Imaging.  She is internationally known for her work in lymphoma.

Professor Barrington is first author of international imaging guidelines for staging and response assessment in lymphoma (2014).  She is senior author of two New England Journal of Medicine practice-changing publications reporting clinical trials using PET for response-adapted treatment in Hodgkin lymphoma, to improve outcomes for patients with fewer side-effects. 

She is lecturer for the European School of Oncology (2012 -), on the Scientific Board for international workshops on PET in lymphoma (2010 - ), member of the European Association of Nuclear Medicine Oncology Committee (2013 - )  and the Editorial Board for the Journal of Clinical Oncology (2013 -). 

Nationally, she is co-lead of the UK PET Research Network, with the Core Imaging Lab at St Thomas’.  She is author of UK Evidence based indications for PET/CT used for commissioning of NHS Scans.  She is member of the Administration of Radioactive Substances Advisory Committee (ARSAC) an advisory body to Government.  She has authored a well-known Atlas on Clinical PET, 4 book chapters and ~ 150 publications.