The Diagnostic Imaging Research Programme (DIRP) at the University of Salford has been in existence for about 6 years. In this time it has achieved much success and acclaim in the field of radiography. You can find out more about the work of the DIRP here.
The DIRP is headed up by Professor Peter Hogg and in these 5 short videos you can find out a little more about the man and his work.
Q1. So, Peter, why research?
Q2. And what makes you most proud of the DIRP?
Q3. Where do you see the DIRP in 5 years?
Q4. What advice can you offer to others thinking about setting up their own research centres?
Q5. You sound like a really busy guy! How do you chill out?
And here’s a question for our clinical practitioners. What opportunities exist for you to be more actively involved in research? How can we help you develop your skills?