• Dr Kate McLean (lead)

    Princess Alexandra Hospital, QLD

    Dr Kate McLean has an avid interest in hepatopancreatobiliary imaging with publications related to the assessment of potential hepatic transplant recipients and the assessment of treatment response post curative intent SBRT for hepatocellular carcinoma.  She is one of the lead radiologists on the SOCRATES trial. Dr McLean is a member of the liver, pancreatic and upper GI expert working groups for the RD-stage project and supports many prospective trainees and training radiologists in their research pursuits.  

    Dr McLean has a strong focus on teaching with roles as a senior lecturer with University of Queensland, supervisor of training radiologists and former Director of Training for Princess Alexandra Hospital. She has presented at multiple state and national conferences and regularly participates in hepatoma, hepatobiliary and colorectal multidisciplinary meetings. 

  • Dr Ken Chan

    Royal Adelaide Hospital & Jones Radiology, SA

    Dr Ken Chan is an interventional radiologist from Adelaide, working at Jones Radiology and also Royal Adelaide Hospital.  He has a strong interest in hepatobiliary interventional procedures, including TACE, microwave ablation, SIRTEX, portal vein and biliary interventions and is involved with the HCC MDM at Royal Adelaide Hospital.

  • Dr Chris McKee

    North Shore Hospital & Auckland Radiology Group, NZ

    Chris McKee works at North Shore Hospital in Auckland and in private practice. North Shore Hospitalhas a large upper GI and Hepatobiliary service. Dr McKee takes the weekly upper GI/ HBP MDM as well asthe colorectal/Surgical meetings and IBD MDM. He also participates in the Urology and benign Gynae MDM. Dr McKee was previously an executive member of ARGANZ and has presented on multiple occasions on hepatobiliary and GI topics

  • Dr Jessica Yang

    Royal Prince Alfred and Concord Hospitals, and Macquarie University Hospital, NSW (ARGANZ executive)

  • Dr James Seow

    Royal Perth Hospital, WA (ARGANZ executive)

  • Dr Mark Goodwin

    Austin Hospital, VIC

    Dr Mark Goodwin is a specialist interventional and hepatobiliary radiologist with a particular interest and extensive experience in the diagnosis, staging and treatment of primary and secondary liver cancers. As well as his interventional work, Dr Goodwin is an acknowledged expert in advanced imaging of the liver, pancreas and biliary systems. He performs a wide range of procedures, with a particular focus on interventional oncology – the minimally invasive diagnosis and targeted treatment of cancer. He also performs a large number of procedures not related to cancer.

  • Dr Wayland Wang

    Royal Melbourne Hospital, VIC

    Dr Wayland Wang graduated from the University of Melbourne medical school in 2009 and worked as a junior doctor at the Austin Hospital, before commencing radiology training at RMH in 2012. He attained Fellowship to the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Radiologists in 2017 and subsequently undertook a subspecialty fellowship in hepatobiliary imaging at the Austin Hospital in 2018. Since then, he has been working full time at RMH with academic and clinical interests in all areas of adult, non-obstetric abdominal and pelvic imaging.

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