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Sally Barrington trained in Nuclear Medicine at Guy’s and St Thomas’ Hospitals and was appointed as Consultant in Nuclear Medicine in 1998.  Her clinical experience encompasses all aspects of PET-CT including oncology, neurology, cardiology and infection/inflammation using a variety of tracers. She was appointed as a National Institute of Health Research (NIHR) Research Professor from 01 December 2017.  She is co-lead of the UK PET Research Network with Prof Paul Marsden based at the KCL and GSTT PET Imaging Centre at St Thomas'. Research interests - PET and lymphoma - Standardisation of PET and organisation of multicentre trials - PET and Radiotherapy planning Dr Barrington is the author of: International guidelines on the staging and response assessment of lymphoma European guidelines on the use of FDG in Tumour Imaging European and UK guidelines on the use of PET-CT in Children British Society of Haematology guidelines in Hodgkin and Diffuse Large B Cell Lymphoma She is involved in national and international multicentre trials in PET and lymphoma investigating response-adapted approaches and is a central reviewer for the following trials: PETReA - Phase 3 evaluation of PET-guided, Response-Adapted therapy in patients with previously untreated, high tumour burden follicular lymphoma IELSG 37 - A randomised, open-label, multicentre, two-arm phase III comparative study assessing the role of involved mediastinal radiotherapy after rituximab containing chemotherapy regimens to patients with newly diagnosed primary mediastinal B-Cell lymphoma (PMBL)  (International) BREVITY: A phase II study of brentuximab vedotin (SGN-35) using a response adapted design in patients with Hodgkin lymphoma unsuitable for chemotherapy due to age, frailty or co-morbidity (UK) TORCH: Dual mTOR inhibition and PET based response in DLBCL – exploratory analysis within the TORCH phase II trial (UK) CARDAMON: Carfilzomib/Cyclophosphamide/Dexamethasone with maintenance carfilzomib in untreated transplant-eligible patients with symptomatic multiple myeloma to evaluate the benefit of upfront autologous stem cell transplant Other activities: Member of the Scientific Committee for international workshops on PET in lymphoma, European Lymphoma Institute (2010-current) Lecturer on European Society of Oncology Programme awarding the Certificate of Competence in lymphoma (2012-current) Editorial Board of Journal of Clinical Oncology (2013-current) Member of Administration of Radioactive Substances Advisory Committee (ARSAC) (2012- current) Member of CRUK Expert Review Panel Chair of the Radiation Safety Committee of Guy's and St Thomas' NHS Foundation Trust (2013-current) Member of Oncology Committee of the European Association of Nuclear Medicine (2013-2017) Grant collaborations beyond King's College London: A Pettitt SF Barrington et al. CRUK/16/017 PETReA: Phase 3 evaluation of PET-guided, Response-Adapted therapy in patients with previously untreated, high tumour burden follicular lymphoma (PETReA) reference C18029/A21585 01/10/2016 - duration 98 months: £1,482,852.67 G Collins, SF Barrington et al Dual mTOR inhibition and PET based response in DLBCL – exploratory analysis within the TORCH phase II trial Leukaemia and Lymphoma Research 14029 (2015): £44,100 A Davies, SF Barrington et al CRUK/12/040: IELSG 37 - A randomised, open-label, multicentre, two-arm phase III comparative study assessing the role of involved mediastinal radiotherapy after rituximab containing chemotherapy regimens to patients with newly diagnosed primary mediastinal B-Cell lymphoma (PMBL)  01 May 2013 to 30 April 2022 CTAAC : C30423/A16247 £247,533 J Radford, SF Barrington et al  ""BREVITY: A phase II study of brentuximab vedotin (SGN-35) using a response adapted design in patients with Hodgkin lymphoma unsuitable for chemotherapy due to age, frailty or co-morbidity"" (2012) Millenium £330,673

Course teacher: Nuclear Medicine: Science & Practice MSc/PG Dip/PG Cert
Course teacher: Imaging Sciences Intercalated BSc
Course leader: Nuclear Medicine: Science & Practice MSc/PG Dip/PG Cert