Speciality Radionuclide radiology and PET-CT. Thoracic imaging.
Degree Medicine and Surgery, Medical Physics.
Areas of Expertise Diagnostic Radionuclide Radiology, oncologic and non-oncologic FDG PET-CT, thoracic oncologic imaging
Office Horton Wing, St Luke's Hospital
Department of Medical Physics, Bradford Royal Infirmary

Dr Jon Martin

Qualifications: MB ChB (University of Leeds), BSc (Hons) (University of Leeds), FRCR (Fellow of the Royal College of Radiologists), ARSAC Licence Holder (Administration of Radioactive Substances Advisory Committee).

Dr Martin gained the undergraduate degree in Medical Physics while studying for the degrees of Medicine and Surgery at the University of Leeds. Following a rotating appointment in the medical specialties in West Yorkshire, he went on to undertake higher specialist training in clinical radiology in Leeds, with particular focus on radionuclide radiology and PET-CT imaging.

He is the author of a number of peer reviewed articles published in international journals, and is a sub-specialty reviewer for two primary clinical radiology journals in the UK.

Clinical interests: Dr Martin’s primary interest is in Diagnostic Radionuclide Radiology and PET-CT imaging. He also has a second specialty interest in thoracic imaging, particularly thoracic oncology.

Professional memberships: Fellow of the Royal College of Radiologists. Diagnostic ARSAC Licence Holder for Radionuclide Radiology and PET-CT.