• Dr Numan Kutaiba (lead)

    Austin Hospital, VIC

    Numan finished medical training at the University of Baghdad, Iraq. He moved to Australia and completed a Master’s degree in Clinical Epidemiology prior to training in Radiology at Austin Health. He currently works at Austin Health as an abdominal and breast radiologist. He is undertaking a part-time PhD in artificial intelligence for liver imaging.
  • Dr Manil Chouhan

    Princess Alexandra Hospital, QLD
    Manil is a clinical and academic radiologist at the largest hepato-pancreatico-biliary referral centre in Queensland and is also an honorary senior clinical lecturer at the University of Queensland.  He undertook his clinical radiology training in the UK at University College London Hospital (UCLH), subspecialising in HPB, upper GI imaging and non-vascular abdominal intervention at the Royal Free Hospital and UCLH in 2017.  He completed a translational preclinical/clinical PhD in MRI of chronic liver disease in 2015.  Manil’s main academic interest lies in the development, translation and application of quantitative imaging methods for the evaluation of HPB disease.  His research interests and skills span both preclinical and clinical domains and include industry-sponsored multicentre trials reliant on primary MRI-based outcome measures.
  • Dr Jessica Yang

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

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