Professor Steve Keevil


Professor Stephen Keevil holds an MA in physics from Oxford University, an MSc in medical physics from Surrey University and a PhD in nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy from the University of London.

He trained as a medical physicist in the NHS, followed by a series of research and academic posts in magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) physics. Research interests have included spatial localisation in magnetic resonance spectroscopy, interventional MRI and applications of MRI in biomechanics and in radiotherapy. Prof Keevil is currently Consultant Physicist, Head of Magnetic Resonance Physics and Research and Development Lead for Imaging at Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust and Professor of Medical Physics at King’s College London. He is also Director of KiTEC (King's Technology Evaluation Centre), a NICE External Assessment Centre for medical technologies, and Education and Training Lead for Imaging and Biomedical Engineering at the King's Health Partners Academic Health Science Centre. He is immediate Past President of the Institute of Physics and Engineering in Medicine (IPEM), the professional body for medical physics and clinical biomedical engineering in the UK.

Steve also holds the Licence in Theology (LTh) from the University of Wales Lampeter and is warden of St James' Church, Tunbridge Wells.

KCL Pure page.