Meet the presenter
Rob qualified from University of Sydney with a Diploma of Applied Science in Medical Radiation Technology, Diagnostic in 1991, which he upgraded to a Bachelor degree in 1994. He worked in both public and private radiology sites before moving into the commercial arena where he has over 25 years experience largely in the medical imaging market. In 2017 Rob attained his MBA from the Australian Institute of Business. In recent years Rob worked as a product specialist for Carestream Health and as a Contracts Manager for NSW HealthShare, before joining GE HealthCare in Jan 2021 as the X-Ray and Mammography Product Sales Specialist Team Leader.
Meet the Speakers
Originally from New Zealand, Laura has 8 years’ experience working as Radiation Therapist across a variety of departments and roles. Since joining GenesisCare, she has contributed to the pre-treatment space and been an integral member of the St Vincent’s MR-Linac team over the past 12 months. Excited about what this new technology can offer, Laura recently took the lead role in their CNS project, which has enabled the treatment of patients with brain cancer on the MR-Linac.
Louise is the MR-Linac Lead RT at Genesis Care Murdoch, implementing the first MR-Linac in WA in May 2022, having worked previously at the GenesisCare St Vincent's site in Sydney. She has a keen interest in the clinical combination of SABR treatments and MR Guided Adaptive Radiotherapy, particularly in the treatment of Upper GI cancers such as liver and pancreas
4pm - 6pm, Thursday 27 April
Join your peers to learn about the latest AI CT technology and applications from the GE HealthCare.
Among the topics on the agenda are peer presentations (clinical cases), clinical scanning tips, and advanced post-processing demonstrations.
4:00pm - Registration and welcome drinks
6:00pm - Conclusion
Thursday April 27, 5PM-7PM
Join the CT user group meeting and connect with your peers over drinks and canapes on arrival. Learn more about the latest advances in technology from Canon.
The program will include presentations on CT Liver Imaging: A Focus on Oncology as well as the A to Z of CTPA, and more.
5.oopm - Registration, drinks & canapes
5.30pm - Welcome & Education update
5.40pm - CT Technology update
6.00pm - Customer Case Study presentation
6.10pm - CT Liver Imaging: A Focus on Oncology
6.30pm - Customer Case Study presentation
6.40pm - The A to Z of CTPA
7.00pm - Program concludes
To ensure you place, please book via the registration form.
This is a hands-on positioning workshop for radiographers wishing to improve basic mammography positioning and troubleshoot technically challenging situations, as well as ergonomics for good positioning habits.
At the end of this workshop, you will be able to:
This workshop will cover:
The goals are to generate shared understandings of the requirements to:
• Michael Velec, MRT(T), PhD
• Vikneswary Batumalai, PhD
• Jenna Dean
• Sam Roberts
This workshop provides a quick-fire refresher and overview of the general radiography content typically taught in the first year of university education, but with a focus towards clinical application. The workshop will unpack and explore the fundamentals of exposure selection and describe the elements and relevance of a solid technical critique.
ASMIRT 2023 site visits will take place on Thursday 27 April. Choose one of the two visits below, each offering an exclusive interactive experience for all MRS professionals.