Dr. Kirsten Gormly
Dr Kirsten Gormly is a consultant radiologist at Dr Jones and Partners Medical Imaging, 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 completed a fellowship year at Cheslea & Westminster Hospital, London was trained in rectal MRI by Prof Gina Brown while working at the Royal Marsden Hospital, London. She is involved in teaching and research and promotes collaboration between radiologists and other speciality groups.
Dr. Joe Feltham
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. Warwick Thomas
Dr Warwick Thomas is currently a radiologist in Sydney, working at Norwest Medical Imaging, and at Concord and Canterbury Hospitals as a Visiting Medical Officer. He trained at UNSW, and Prince of Wales and Sydney Children’s Hospitals, before completing a clinical fellowship in cross-sectional imaging at The University of Toronto, Canada. He has major interests in abdominal and pelvic imaging, and diagnostic ultrasound.
Dr. Jessica Yang
Jessica graduated from the University of NSW and completed her radiology training at St Vincent’s and Westmead Hospitals in Sydney. She completed a fellowship at the Monash Medical Centre in Melbourne in 2009. She has been a staff specialist at Concord Hospital in Sydney since 2010 and specialises in abdominal and pelvic imaging, working closely with the Concord Hospital Liver Unit, Colorectal Unit and IBD Services.
Dr. James Seow
Dr James Seow is a Consultant Radiologist at Royal Perth Hospital. He obtained his MBBS (UWA) and FRANZCR in Perth, and subsequently undertook subspecialty fellowships in Diagnostic Abdominal & Hepatobiliary Imaging at RPH and Austin Health, Melbourne. He is also a Radiologist at BreastScreen WA, has a keen interest in teaching, and has been on the ARGANZ executive since 2012.
Dr. Thomas Sutherland
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 Sonja Gustafson
Subspecialises in body imaging with particular interests in colorectal cancer staging, prostate imaging and breast MRI & mammography in additional to CT/MRI cross sectional imaging for diagnosis and staging of disease.
Further focus on HPB and GIT imaging pathology..
Dr Gabriel Lau
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
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.