Clinical Guardian (PET-CT), DH. Chair, PET-CT Clinical Reference Group, DH. Chair, National PET-CT clinical governance board. Past President Royal Society of Medicine (RSM) (Radiology). At St Thomas’ hospital, he took the radiological lead in the team that pioneered computer combination of PET to CT in the head and neck (H&N) and demonstrated the advantage of PET-CT in the assessment of H&N cancer.
He has published extensively on PET and contributed chapters to the most recent editions of Maxillofacial Surgery and Scott Brown’s Otolaryngology. Wai-Lup organises the annual RSM “PET-CT in the Practice of Oncology” conference, National PET-CT audit conference. He on the H&N expert panel for the Royal College of Radiologists’ (RCR) 7th Edition of ‘Making the Best Use of Clinical Radiology Services’; wrote the chapter on imaging in the British Committee for Standards in Haematology “Guidelines for the management of follicular lymphoma” and co-authored the chapters on general techniques and H&N cancer, RCR and National Cancer Intelligence network document on Cancer Imaging Standards. Wai-Lup is referee for the NIHR-HTA Programme and associate editor for the British Journal of Radiology. He is PET-CT lead on the HTA PETNECK, PETPANC studies. He is working with the NCRI to produce a patient information DVD and instigated public engagement symposia on medical imaging at the RSM.