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Aaron Ray

BMBS(hons) BMedSci(hons) FRCR


MSc Taught Student

Aaron is a radiology registrar within the Leeds and West Yorkshire training scheme, a research fellow based at the Leeds Institute of Rheumatic and Musculoskeletal Medicine (LIRMM) and a Musculoskeletal Sciences MSc student.

Aaron graduated in medicine from the University of Nottingham with honours in 2013, having obtained a first-class Bachelor of Medical Sciences degree in 2011. He completed his initial medical training in the North West Thames Deanery before an initial role as a clinical research fellow in LIRMM. He commenced radiology training in 2016 and has since been awarded prizes both locally and nationally including the Frank Doyle Medal for his performance in the Royal College of Radiology fellowship examinations. He is also interested in radiology teaching and has a PgCert in Medical Education. 

Aaron recently returned to Professor Philip Conaghan's Osteoarthritis Research Group and in conjunction with the Centre for Sport, Exercise and Osteoarthritis Versus Arthritis is investigating imaging biomarkers in knee osteoarthritis.