James Meaney FRCP, FFR RCSI, FRCPI is a Radiologist at St. James’s Hospital and a Clinical Professor in Trinity College Dublin. After undergraduate training in NUI Galway, he specialized in Radiology working in Liverpool, UK, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor and University of Leeds, UK before returning to Dublin in 2001.
Prof. Meaney is director of the Thomas Mitchell Centre for Advanced Medical Imaging, which hosts a 3T MRI research scanner. His clinical and research interests span all areas of body CT and MRI, particularly magnetic resonance angiography.
He has published over 80 papers in peer reviewed international journals and owns 8 patents related to MRI technology, is a former Trustee of the ISMRM and has been awarded Fellowship of the ISMRM. He is a former president of the MRA Club (now The Society4MRA).
He has published 2 textbooks, numerous chapters and two radiology educational Apps.