Dr Thomas Semple is a cardiothoracic specialist with expertise in the imaging of heart and lung conditions in neonates, infants, children, and adults.
In 2009, Dr Semple graduated from Kings College, London, and in 2016 completed his postgraduate radiology training at the University College London Hospitals’ (UCLH) training scheme. After completing his cardiac CT and paediatric radiology fellowship at Royal Brompton, Great Ormand Hospital and University College Hospital, Dr Semple undertook a two-year structural and functional lung magnetic resonance imaging (MR) fellowship at Royal Brompton, where he currently works.
Dr Semple is the clinical lead for congenital cardiac CT at Royal Brompton, and provides radiology input for multi-disciplinary team meetings, including:
Dr Thomas Semple has a variety of expertise in heart and lung procedures and services including:
Dr Thomas Semple’s research interest include:
Dr Thomas Semple has published in topics covering paediatric and adult, cardiac and respiratory imaging. He has contributed to recent editions of textbooks including Kendig’s disorders of the respiratory tract in children and Grainger and Allison’s Diagnostic Radiology.
Dr Semple regularly speaks at imaging courses and international and national meetings. He also regularly supervises rotating registrars and Imperial College BSc students both in their day-to-day work and at scientific meetings.