Drew graduated from the University of Queensland in 1999, before completing his radiology training at the Princess Alexandra Hospital, Brisbane. After being awarded the Uhr Clarke Bursary by the RANZCR in 2006, Drew undertook further training in MRI at the Gold Coast Hospital before completing US fellowships in Musculoskeletal and Sports Imaging at the University of Washington, and Breast Imaging and Breast MRI at the Seattle Cancer Care Alliance. He completed his Level B CT Coronary Angiography Accreditation in 2010. Drew is a Senior Lecturer with the University of Queensland and Lightbox Radiology Education’s curriculum director.
Angus Mackinnon graduated from the University of Sydney and completed his radiology training at Westmead Hospital, Sydney. He further specialised in Musculoskeletal MRI and Cardiac imaging through fellowships at Calvary Hospital, Hobart. His primary interests lie in MRI and Musculoskeletal Imaging, showcasing his commitment to precision and comprehensive patient care. Beyond the radiology suite, Angus finds balance in his life through skiing and travel. As a skilled skier, he approaches medical imaging with the same precision on the slopes. His passion for exploring different cultures enriches his global understanding of healthcare.
Dr Sally Ayesa is many things. She is a mother of two, an average guitar player, a lover of good wine. She is also an Australian dual trained radiologist and nuclear medicine physician at Gosford, Wyong and Royal North Shore Hospitals, with subspecialty interests in chest and oncology imaging. She is a co-director of radiology training on the Central Coast of New South Wales, and a member of the RANZCR Curriculum Assessment Committee. Sally is a clinical lecturer, course co-ordinator and creator for the University of Sydney Faculty of Postgraduate Medical Education (where she is also completing a PhD in medical imaging education) and a presenter for Lightbox Radiology Education.
Vini completed his medical studies at the Federal University Foundation of Health Sciences of Porto Alegre, Brazil, in 2010. In 2011 he moved to Australia and after obtaining his AMC Certificate worked for two years as a clinical and surgical resident medical officer at St John of God Subiaco Hospital, Perth. Vini also worked as an assistant surgeon in breast and robotic prostatectomy, before starting his radiology training in Western Australia. He then became a fellow of the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Radiologists (FRANZCR) in 2019. Vini then relocated to New Zealand completing a one-year fellowship in interventional radiology. From May 2020 to May 2022, he completed an additional fellowship in interventional neuroradiology at Gold Coast University Hospital, where he works as a consultant interventional neuroradiologist. Vini has continually been involved with teaching and research. During his medical school, he was an anatomy and pathology tutor. In more recent years, Vini has delivered lectures to radiology registrars both in Australia and New Zealand, as a Clinical Lecturer of Otago University. As a native of Brazil, he is passionate about soccer and his other interests, apart from work, are going to the gym, running along the beautiful Gold Coast beaches, and enjoying time with family.
Dr Salman Ansari is a consultant Radiologist in Sydney. Salman completed his medical degree at the University of New South Wales medical school, and undertook Radiology training at Nepean and Royal Prince Alfred Hospitals. After working as a consultant radiologist for many years at the Royal Prince Alfred Hospital in Sydney, Salman now works in the private sector as well as at BreastScreen NSW. Salman has passion for teaching and education and is the current Director - AMSIG collaboration/Co clinical lead ICRF with Radiology Across Borders as well as a presenter for Lightbox Radiology Education.
Clarke is a New Zealand trained Radiologist specialising in musculoskeletal and general radiology. Clarke attended University of Otago medical school graduating in 2011. Following his years working in Tauranga, Hutt and Wellington Public hospitals, Clarke began radiology training in his hometown of Auckland, graduating in 2020. In his final year as a senior Radiology registrar, Clarke focused on MRI and general intervention and completed the MRI body fellowship at Waitemata Health. In 2021, Clarke completed his post graduate subspecialty Musculoskeletal Fellowship training in the Sunshine Coast at Noosa and Gympie Radiology, focusing on MSK MRI, arthrograms and imaging guided procedures including cortisone and PRP therapy. Growing up in Auckland, Clarke enjoys anything to do with the water including sailing and fishing and is complimented by his wife and two young daughters.
Guest Lecturer - Prof. Kartik S. Jhaveri, MD FRCPC is the Director of Abdominal MRI and Faculty Abdominal Radiologist in the Joint Department of Medical imaging of the University Health Network, Mount Sinai Hospital and Women’s College Hospitals. He has focused clinical and research interests in the field of Abdominal MRI and has lectured internationally including at the Radiological Society of North America and International Society of Magnetic Resonance in Medicine. He also leads multiple grant funded research initiatives in body MRI. His areas of clinical and research expertise are focused on hepatobiliary diseases, renal and rectal cancer.