2024 Executive

  • Dr Jessica Yang 


    Dr Jessica Yang is a staff specialist radiologist at Royal Prince Alfred and Concord Hospitals, and Macquarie University Hospital in Sydney. She subspecialises in abdominal and pelvic imaging and works closely with clinical specialties and is an active member of multidisciplinary team meetings including liver, colorectal, IBD, paediatric IBD and pelvic floor. She is involved in multiple research projects, frequently in collaboration with clinical specialties. Her team’s research on abbreviated MRI for HCC surveillance was awarded the Mendelson Research Prize in 2019 and the project is currently being funded by two grants for a prospective pilot study. She is one of the chief investigators on the SCANPatient research project which received MRFF grant funding. Her research has been published in high impact factor journals such as Radiology, Clinical gastroenterology and hepatology, European Radiology and Abdominal Radiology. Jessica was an author on the ESGAR consensus statement on the imaging of fistula-in-ano and other causes of anal sepsis. Jessica has been invited to speak at international and national meetings and workshops including at the European Society of Gastrointestinal and Abdominal Radiology (ESGAR) meetings.

  • Dr James Seow

    Deputy Chair 

    Dr James Seow is an Abdominal Radiologist at Royal Perth Hospital, with a primary interest in Liver Imaging, having completed subspecialty fellowships in Abdominal & Hepatobiliary Imaging at RPH & Austin Health, Victoria. James has been an Executive Committee Member of both ARGANZ & the RANZCR WA Branch since 2013, and a contributing member of the American College of Radiology Ultrasound LI-RADS Working Group since 2017. At RPH he currently serves as the Director of Training, regularly chairs the weekly HCC multidisciplinary meeting, and has a keen interest in registrar teaching. 

  • Dr Joe Feltham 

    Treasurer / New Zealand Relations 

    Joe Feltham is a consultant radiologist at Pacific Radiology and Wellington Public Hospital in Wellington, New Zealand (famous everywhere as the coolest little capital in the world). He splits his time between Interventional Oncology (with a focus on liver embolic therapies and body ablation) and advanced diagnostic abdominal imaging (with a focus on hepato-biliary and colorectal MRI and CT). He is a council member on the NZ branch of the RANZCR; and provides radiology representation on the National Bowel Cancer Working Group (NBCWG) and the Central Cancer Network upper GI cancer working group. He undertook an abdominal & Interventional fellowship in 2007 in Melbourne under Associate Prof Andrew Little, but returned to NZ in 2011 to be closer to family and skiing, and to escape never-ending discussions on the wonders of AFL. 


  • Dr Teng Han Tan

    Annual Meeting Scientific Convenor  / Social Media 

    Dr Teng Han Tan is a consultant radiologist at the Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre in Melbourne. He is the CT Lead Radiologist for the Department of Radiology at Peter Mac, and is an Honorary Clinical Lecturer at the Sir Peter MacCallum Department of Oncology at the University of Melbourne. A Body Radiologist with an interest in Pelvic MRI, he participates in the Lower GI and Gynae Oncology Multidisciplinary meetings. He has a strong interest in teaching, and is involved in Registrar and Fellow training. 

  • Dr Kirsten Gormly

    Executive Member / International relations 

    Dr Kirsten Gormly is a consultant radiologist at Jones Radiology, South Australia. She has special interests in oncology imaging and pelvic MRI including rectal cancer, prostate cancer, female urology and benign and malignant gynaecological conditions. She was trained in rectal MRI by Prof Gina Brown while working at the Royal Marsden Hospital, London in 2002-4.  Kirsten is past chair of ARGANZ, an honorary clinical senior lecturer at The University of Adelaide and was elected as a Corresponding Fellow of ESGAR in 2023.  She is a member of the Lower GI working party of the Australasian Gastro-Intestinal Trials Group (AGITG) and the research committee of the South Australian Prostate Cancer Clinical Outcomes Collaborative (SA-PCCOC). She has a number of published papers and books, regularly presents at national and international conferences and workshops including Radiology Across Borders, and promotes collaboration between radiologists and other speciality groups. 

  • A/Prof Thomas Sutherland 

    Executive Member 

    A/Prof Tom Sutherland is a general and abdominal radiologist at St Vincent’s Hospital in Melbourne. His primary interests are genitourinary and hepatobiliary imaging, and in particular prostate MRI and ultrasound contrast examinations. He also has a growing interest in post mortem CT after spending 6 months at the Victorian Institute of Forensic Medicine. He has a passion for education with a Graduate Diploma in Clinical Education from the University of Melbourne. He is an associate editor at JMIRO, an abdominal examiner for RANZCR and has served on the ARGANZ executive since 2013. 


  • Dr Gabriel Lau 

    Executive Member 

    Dr Gabriel Lau, is a Shareholding Radiologist at Pacific Radiology and a Consultant Radiologist/Head of Interventional Radiology at Dunedin Public Hospital. His interests are primarily vascular/abdominal/oncological imaging and vascular/oncological interventions. He previously worked at National University Hospital, as lead Diagnostic and Interventional Radiologist for the Liver Transplant Unit. He is currently the RANZCR NZ Branch Chair and sits on the RANZCR Board of Directors, Editor for Diagnostic and Interventional Radiology at JMIRO, co-lead RANZCR Part 2 Examiner in Abdomen, EBIR examiner, IRSA Treasurer, Australian/New Zealand representative on the RSNA Regional Committee for Asia/Oceania and is a RSNA Educational Exhibit Committee member. 

  • Dr Sarah Skinner 

    Executive Member / Secretary 

    Sarah is a general radiologist at Bendigo Health and Bendigo Radiology. Sarah trained in Adelaide before making a tree-change to regional Victoria. Her interests are genitourinary and oncology imaging, in particular PET and pelvic MRI. She is an Abdominal examiner for RANZCR and a member of the MRI Reference Group. She joined the ARGANZ executive in 2018. 

  • Dr Won Kyung Sung 

    Executive Member / MRP co-ordinator  

    Dr Won Kyung Sung is a staff specialist working at Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital and is a consultant radiologist at Qscan Radiology in Queensland. Following graduation from University of Adelaide, she trained at Flinders Medical Centre, South Australia completing clinical fellowship in MR imaging at Flinders Medical Centre. Won Kyung’s primary interest is in prostate and liver imaging and regularly chairs the colorectal and hepatobiliary MDT at RBWH. ​ 

  • Dr Arj Somasundaram 

    Executive Member / Social media 

    Arj is a radiologist from Queensland, and splits his time working with Queensland X-Ray (in Brisbane) and the Gold Coast University Hospital. After completing his radiology training at the Gold Coast in 2018, he spent a year in Toronto at a body imaging fellowship at St Michael’s Hospital. He’s a regular participant in several colorectal, GI, urological and hepatobiliary MDTs, and his working interests include abdominal and pelvic CT and MRI, and all manner of CT-guided procedures. 

  • Dr Dean Rabinowitz

    Executive Member / Trainees & new radiologist engagement

    Dr Dean Rabinowitz trained in Radiology between Royal Perth Hospital in WA and Prince of Wales Hospital in Sydney before obtaining advanced training in cardiac CT/MRI and body imaging (with MRI emphasis) in 2013-14. He currently holds a staff specialist position at Prince of Wales/Sydney Children’s Hospital (body imaging/oncology intervention/cardiothoracic subspecialist roles). He has an interest in contrast enhanced ultrasound and has established a clinical for this at Prince of Wales Hospital. He is a conjoint lecturer with the POWH-UNSW Clinical School and has been a Director of Training at Prince of Wales Hospital. 

  • Dr Jash Agraval

    Executive Member

    North Shore Hospital, Auckland

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