Dr Grainger graduated in medicine from Nottingham University and joined the Northern Radiology training scheme based in Newcastle. Dr Grainger subsequently undertook a musculoskeletal radiology fellowship at UCSF, San Francisco. Since 2001, Dr Grainger has worked as a Musculoskeletal Radiologist at Leeds Teaching Hospitals and is an Honorary Clinical Associate Professor at the University of Leeds. While undertaking examinations and procedures across the field of MSK radiology, Dr Grainger has interests in sports and arthritis imaging. These areas form the basis of his research, which has led to over 100 publications. He is an NIHR funded researcher with the NIHR Leeds Biomedical Research Centre. Dr Grainger is an enthusiastic teacher, lecturer and demonstrator having twice won the Leeds training scheme trainer of the year award, voted for by trainee radiologists. Further afield he is in great demand as a lecturer and tutor on national and international platforms. He has authored 18 book chapters in the field of MSK radiology and co-edited 3 books. He was involved in the development and provision of sports imaging services for the London 2012 Olympics, Manchester Commonwealth Games and World Indoor Athletics (Birmingham). Dr Grainger is a member of the British, European and International Skeletal Societies. He has held various committee positions including the RSNA scientific program committee, chair of the ISS ultrasound course and refresher course, and he is a member of the editorial board for Skeletal Radiology.