• Dr Graham Munneke MRCS FRCR
    Consultant Interventional Radiologist

    • Dr Graham Munneke

      Areas of Expertise:
      Interventional Radiology

      Speciality Interests:

      Chemo Embolisation


      Solid Tumour Ablation

      Graham Munneke is a Consultant Interventional Radiologist at St. George’s Hospital,

      London since 2005. He qualified from St. George’s Hospital Medical School and after

      gaining membership to the Royal College of Physicians he subsequently trained in



      Graham leads the hepato-billiary and interventional oncology services at St.

      George’s Hospital. He provides multi-modality minimally invasive comprehensive

      cancer therapies including: chemo-embolisation, radio-embolisation (Selective

      Internal Radiation Therapy), microwave ablation and cryoablation.


      Research interests:

      One of the most recent positions Graham has held is Chairman of the research and

      registries committee of the British Society of Interventional Radiology. He developed

      and administers the UK SIRT registry, which collects data on all radio-embolisation

      cases performed in the UK. He is a specialist advisor to NICE for radio-emolisation.

      He is a member of the NHS England Commissioning through evaluation SIRT

      committee, which overseas provision of radio-embolisation in the NHS.


      Recent Publications

      Graham is the author of several peer-reviewed papers and has lectured at National

      and International level on the subject of chemo and radio-embolisation.


      Member of:

      • Royal College of Radiologists
      • Royal College of Physicians of England
      • British Society of Interventional Radiologists
      • Cardio-vascular and Interventional Radiological Society of Europe
      •  Radiological Society of North America


      Private Outpatient Clinics:

      Monday – PM and Thursday – PM


      Services that this consultant provides:

      Tumour Ablations           Vascular Oncology           Vascular Access and Intervention