12 Aug 2023

Philips Virtual Spectral CT Academy

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Key Highlights for this interactive/hands on virtual class;

  • Philips Spectral CT essentials
  • Head/Neck and Neuro
  • Chest


About Speaker
  • Jennifer Gillespie
  • Radiologist, Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital and QScan Radiology in Brisbane, Australia

    Jennifer is a Radiologist at both the Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital and QScan Radiology Clinics in Brisbane. She has a special interest in Head and Neck and Skull Base imaging, having completed her fellowship in 2011 at the Princess Alexandra Hospital.  Since this time, she has been heavily involved in teaching and is now the Network Training Director for the RBWH. She is a member of the Head and Neck Cancer multi-disciplinary meeting and Skull Base MDT at the RBWH. She is the Head and Neck representative for the Australian and New Zealand Society of Neuroradiology (ANZSNR).

  • A/Prof Karin Steinke
  • MS, PD, RANZCR, NIOSH B Reader certification Karin completed her medical training in Freiburg, Germany and radiology training in Basel, Switzerland, gaining radiology fellowship in both countries. She came to Australia and completed a Master of Surgery in Sydney in 2003, researching thermal ablation of lung tumours. She has a Ph.D. equivalent degree (PD) awarded in Switzerland in 2004. Karin joined the Department of Medical Imaging at the RBWH in 2006, her sub-specialties being lung and breast diagnostics and intervention as well as oncologic imaging and trial reporting. She became fellow of the RANZCR in 2010 and has been a RANZCR examiner since 2017. In 2016 Karin has joined I-Med part time, contributing with her subspecialty expertise. She has acquired her NIOSH B Reader qualification early 2020, joining the team of the more senior qualified B-Readers at I-Med. Ever since coming to Australia, Karin has been engaged in teaching, lecturing and research throughout her career, leading to her nomination as Associate Professor at the UQ School of Medicine. Her research has led to over 80 publications in peer reviewed journals and more than 150 presentations and invited talks nationally and internationally.