Grima, Dr Alexis Victoria



Clinical radiology (medical imaging)


Breast imaging

Training and education

Dr Grima qualified at the Imperial College School of Medicine in London. She trained in clinical radiology in Wessex.


Dr Grima is a consultant radiologist who joined the Trust in 2004.

Her subspecialty interests are breast imaging, breast screening, acute abdominal CT scans and cancer staging (assessing the extent of a patient's cancer and if it has spread).

Dr Grima is the lead for breast imaging at UHS. She is also an educational and clinical supervisor, an advanced practice mentor and an examiner for the OSCE (a medical exam).

Awards and prizes

  • Freddie Brunton prize - Wessex BIR (British Institute of Radiology), 2008
  • Regional basic surgical training assessment case presentation, 2002
  • Distinction in pharmacology, 1994


Dr Grima's publications include:

  • Radiological Staging of the Axilla: A mixed Response.
    Roszkowski N, Grima AV, Stahnke M, Rubin C, Walker R, Oeppen R
    British Society of Breast Radiology 2016
  • A Fresh Look at CT staging: Can we do better
    Roszkowski N, Grima AV, Stahnke M, Rubin C,  Walker R, Oeppen R
    British Society of Breast Radiology 2017
  • Vacuum Assisted Excision of Breast Lesions – an educational summary of our experience
    Selina Lam, Charis Brook, Rachel Oeppen, Alexis Grima, Michaela Stahnke, Caroline Rubin, Ruth Walker                                                                          RCR ASM 2019


You can contact Dr Grima via the breast imaging unit at the Princess Anne Hospital.