Dr. John Fenner (CPhys, MInstP)
Department of Infection, Immunity & Cardiovascular Disease
University of Sheffield
Beech Hill Road
Telephone: 0114 215 9526
Fax: 0114 271 1863
I am a Medical Physicist by profession, and I am registered with the Health Professions Council in the UK. My career began in 1984 with the Department of Clinical Physics and Bioengineering in Glasgow, eventually leading to appointment as Senior Physicist, providing scientific support to the Department of Cardiac Surgery in Glasgow Royal Infirmary. I joined the University of Sheffield in 1996 and have been involved with a breadth of Medical Physics teaching/research related to radiation, simulation and validation. I have been a major technical contributor to numerous EU projects and most recently I have been leading the VPH-CaSE Marie Curie network with my colleague Dr A Narracott. I have been a major technical contributor to numerous EU projects and most recently. My primary interests have led to publications in medical radiation physics, aspects of diagnostic imaging and the VPH.
- Radiation physics (ionising and non –ionising).
- The Virtual Physiological Human.
- Undergraduate/postgraduate teaching in Medical Physics.
- Physics teaching in support of clinical professional accreditation (FRCR).
- PhD supervision.
- Chartered Physicist (CPhys).
- State Registered Clinical Scientist (Health Professions Council, CS00737).
- Member of the Institute of Physics (MInstP).
- Associate editor - Journal of Medical Engineering and Technology.
- Applicants: Fenner J, Narracott A
Funding source: Marie Curie Initial Training Networks (ETN); Call: Horizon2020-MSCA-ITN-2014
Amount: Sheffield coordinating. 3.7Meuros for the project; 0.6Meuros to Sheffield
Outcome: Successful; 4 year duration (Jan 2015 – Dec 2018)
- Applicants: Morrison GD, Fenner J
Funding source: HEE/NIHR
Title: New Training for New Regulations: An X-ray training platform for IRMER2018
Amount: £50,000 of which £45000 to Sheffield
Outcome: Successful; 12 months duration (Mar 2018 - Feb 2019)
- Applicants: Griffiths H, Fenner J
Funding source: Fight for Sight
Title: Nystagmus correction with virtual reality
Outcome: Successful; 6 months duration (Mar 2018 – Sept 2018)
For recent publications see below. For a full list of publications click here.
- Randall D, Griffiths H, Arblaster G, Bjerre A & Fenner J (2018) Simulation of oscillopsia in virtual reality. British and Irish Orthoptic Journal. View this article in WRRO
- Taylor JC, Romanowski C, Lorenz E, Lo C, Bandmann O & Fenner J (2018) Computer-aided diagnosis for (123I)FP-CIT imaging: impact on clinical reporting.. EJNMMI Research, 8(1). View this article in WRRO
- Taylor JC, Vennart N, Negus I, Holmes R, Bandmann O, Lo C & Fenner J (2018) The subresolution DaTSCAN phantom: A cost-effective, flexible alternative to traditional phantom technology. Nuclear Medicine Communications, 39(3), 268-275. View this article in WRRO
- Taylor JC & Fenner JW (2017) Comparison of machine learning and semi-quantification algorithms for (I123)FP-CIT classification: the beginning of the end for semi-quantification?. European Journal of Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging Physics, 4(29). View this article in WRRO
- Warriner DR, Bayley M, Shi Y, Lawford PV, Narracott A & Fenner J (2017) Computer model for the cardiovascular system: development of an e-learning tool for teaching of medical students. BMC Medical Education, 17(1), 220-220. View this article in WRRO