Dr Nicola Mulholland

Clinical radiology, Nuclear medicine

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Specialises in

  • Chest radiology
  • General cross sectional
  • Lymphoma

About me

Dr Mulholland trained in medicine at Universities of Cambridge and London, gaining a distinction in finals and Msc. Following dual training as a consultant clinical radiologist and nuclear medicine physician, she was appointed at King’s College Hospital in 2007.

In molecular medicine, Dr Mulholland has special interest in radionuclide radiotherapy. She offers outpatient radioline therapy for thyroid disease and selective interal radioembolisation therapy (SIRT) for liver cancer. She is an expert in hybrid imaging including SPECT CT spinal imaging and haemato-oncology including whole body MRI and PETCT. Dr Mulholland has a specialist interest in cardiac CT angiography.

Committed to providing an exemplar service, Dr Mulholland sits on BNMS council, is South Thames college representative for Royal College of Physicians, member SIRT UK network and honorary senior lecturer for King's College London.

Special interests
Selective internal radioembolisation for liver cancer, Thyroid radioiodine therapy, Cardiac CT, SPECT CT Spinal Imaging, Haemato-oncology, PET CT, CT, MRI, myeloma, lymphoma

Areas of interest

Radiology; Cardio-thoracic radiology
Cardiac CT Angiography
Haemato-oncology, lymphoma, myeloma,
SPECT CT including lumbar spine
Radionuclide therapies including radioiodine for benign thryotoxicosis and selective internal radioembolisation for liver cancer.

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