BSc (Hons) MBBS FRCR
Consultant Paediatric Radiologist
Dr. Woods is a fellowship trained consultant paediatric radiologist with expertise in all aspects of diagnostic imaging of children.
He is the clinical lead for paediatric radiology at Queen Mary's Hospital for Children in Carshalton and has served as the chairman for the radiation protection committee.
He qualified from St. George's Hospital in London, graduating in 2006 and initially training in general medicine, general surgery and paediatrics. He developed extensive experience as a clinician in acute medicine, caring for both adult and paediatric patients. Later he returned to St. George's Hospital for clinical radiology training, gaining his completion of clinical training (CCT) in 2013. Having continued a passion for paediatric imaging whilst training at St. George's Hospital and on rotation at Great Ormond Hospital for Children, he completed a fellowship in paediatric radiology at King's College Hospital in 2014.
His primary interests include all aspects of general and paediatric radiology, with particular expertise in dose reduction techniques and developmental dysplasia of the hip screening. He has published and presented internationally at the European Congress of Radiology (ECR), the European Society of Paediatric Radiology (ESPR) and also closer to home at the British Society of Paediatric Radiology (BSPR).
Dr. Woods regularly lectures and teaches as part of the Southwest London radiology training network. He has developed paediatric neurodevelopmental MRI and contrast enhanced ultrasound services at St. Helier Hospital.