About Dr Paul Allan
Dr Paul Allan was President of Scottish Radiological Society from 2004 to 2006.
He was a respected Edinburgh Radiologist with a prodigious appetite for work. He was at the forefront of developing applications for Doppler techniques, driving forward standards in this area of ultrasound. He wrote more than 80 peer reviewed papers, 20 book chapters and obtained £3 million in research grants. In addition to “Clinical Doppler Ultrasound”, which has gone to several editions and sold more than 10,000 copies, he jointly edited (with Dr Grant Baxter and Dr Mike Weston) the 2011 edition of “Clinical Ultrasound”, the definitive UK text on ultrasound.
Dr Allan was heavily involved in undergraduate and postgraduate medical education. He ran the South East of Scotland Training Scheme in Radiology for a time and held several positions within the Royal College of Radiologists, including the post responsible for vetting training schemes throughout UK.
Details of the Paul Allan ECR Bursary
The SRS is delighted to announce that funding is available to support trainee members who are presenting at the European Congress of Radiology.
Four bursaries up to £500 each are offered annually to help trainees cover any travel related expenses.
- An application form should be filled and submitted to society secretary (Dr Alan Wallace) via [email protected]
- Information provided should include the project title, a copy of the accepted abstract, projected cost of the journey and any other funding applied for/received
- Confirmation from ECR (the acceptance email will suffice) should be included.
- A recent CV should also accompany the application.
- Successful applicants are expected to submit a report of the educational experience and present the study at the next SRS Spring Meeting.
- Applications for ECR 2019 have been accepted and awarded.
- The anticipated bursary deadline for ECR 2020 will be mid December 2019.
Click here to submit an application.
Don’t forget to email [email protected] with your CV and evidence of ECR acceptance.