Dr Vincent Andrijich
Dr Andrijich is passionate about high quality patient care and he has a comprehensive and thorough approach to his patients. He is a radiologist with 25 year’s experience. He has come to the Holy Spirit Northside Breast Health Centre from the Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital, where he headed the Women’s Imaging Department for 8 years.
He obtained the RANZCR qualification in 2008. Prior to this time, Dr Andrijich was in private practice in South Africa, where he served as Honorary Secretary of the Radiological Society of South Africa.
He is delighted and proud to be practising at the Holy Spirit Northside Breast Health Centre. The high professionalism of the mammographers, sonographers, breast care nurses, breast physicians, clinical and administrative staff and the state-of- the-art equipment creates a platform for optimal assessment of all breast patients.
Dr Andrijich advocates a multidisciplinary team approach to ensure optimum outcomes for breast patients and is excited to join the dedicated team of breast surgeons, radiation oncologists, medical oncologists and nursing staff at our Breast Health Centre.
Dr Paul Chou
Dr Paul Chou obtained his Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of surgery (M.B.B.S) in 2003 from the University of Melbourne. Following general residency in Melbourne he completed his radiology training at the Princess Alexandra Hospital, Brisbane in 2010.
Dr Chou has held positions at the former Gold Coast Hospital, and the Mater Hospital in Brisbane and completed a two year fellowship at the University Health Network and Mt Sinai Hospital in Toronto Canada.
Dr Alexander Chyi
Dr Alexander Chyi completed his Diagnostic Radiology specialty training at the Princess Alexandra Hospital.
Alex has a broad set of interests as a General Radiologist, and concurrently holds a public Staff Specialist appointment at the Gold Coast University Hospital and Robina Hospital where he is involved in training Radiology Registrars.
Having attained a Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery in Queensland, Alex completed an internship at the Princess Alexandra Hospital where he also continued his residency. Alex subsequently undertook roles as Principal House Officer in General Surgery and Intensive Care in several QLD hospitals. During his specialist Radiology training, Alex developed an interest in advanced cross-sectional imaging, ultrasound and CT guided intervention.
Dr Mark Coppersmith
Mark completed his Medical training at The University of Melbourne in 1982 and qualified as a specialist radiologist in 1994.
He was a staff specialist over 4 years at the Austin and Repatriation Medical Centre with main interests in CT and oncology imaging. He moved to Queensland in 1998 and has since been practicing in private clinics on the Sunshine Coast, joining QDI in 2011. He has broad experience in general radiology including Xray, CT, general and musculoskeletal ultrasound and image guided biopsy/injections.
Dr Jaqui Dalton
BDSC (UQ) DClinDent -Dentomaxillo facial radiology (UQ) Dr Jacqui Dalton is a specialist in Dentomaxillo-facial radiology. She completed her Dentistry degree at the University of Queensland in 2002.
The following years she gained experience as a Dentist in both private and government practice and paediatric dentistry, before completing her Doctorate of Clinical Dentistry in the specialty of Dentomaxillo facial radiology, at the University of Queensland in 2009.
Dr Dalton assists in postgraduate teaching in radiology and anatomy. She has researched and published a number of papers in the field of Dentomaxillo facial radiology. She is a member of the international DMFR association and a reviewer for the British based journal of DMFR.
Dr Dalton has special interests in pathology and paediatric radiology. In her spare time Jacqui can be found hiking, horse riding and travelling in Australia and across the globe.
Dr Winston Erng
Dr Winston Erng graduated with MBChB from University of Dundee, UK in 2002. Following registration with the UK General Medical Council in 2003, he underwent a two year general medical programme.
After passing part I and II MRCP (Membership of the Royal Colleges of Physician) he commenced radiology training in 2005, rotating through Ninewells Hospital, Edinburgh Royal Infirmary and Royal Hospital for Sick Children.
Dr Erng was admitted a Fellow of Royal College of Radiologist (FRCR) in 2008 and proceeded to subspecialisation training in oncological radiology from 2009 to 2010. This included PET-CT training at the Beatson Oncology Centre in Glasgow. Dr Erng has special interest in GI (Gastrointestinal) imaging in particular GI malignancies. He obtained his CCST (Certificate of Completion of Specialist Training) in 2010.
Dr Erng practised as a Consultant Radiologist at Ninewells Hospital, Dundee from 2010 to 2013. During this time, Dr Erng was also a Consultant Radiologist with 4Ways Healthcare, providing remote reporting for multiple UK National Health Service trusts. This included a 1 in 7 out-of-hours emergency reporting.
Dr Erng has also received Level 2 certification for cardiac CT from the British Society of Cardiovascular Computed Tomography in 2012.
Charlie Chia-Tsong Hsu
Dr Charlie Chia-Tsong Hsu
Dr. Charlie Chia-Tsong Hsu BPhty (UQ), MBBS (Bond), FRANZCR, PGDipSurgAnat (Uni Melb). Charlie is an academic neuroradiologist with a passion for patient care and the delivery of high-quality diagnostic MRI service.
Charlie graduated from Bond University in 2009. He completed an internship and surgical residency at the Alfred Hospital in Melbourne before entering the Queensland Radiology Training Program based at the Princess Alexandra Hospital in Brisbane. He was awarded the Uhr Clarke Bursary as the top Queensland RANZCR Part II examination candidates in Clinical Radiology. In 2018, Charlie completed a two-year Neuroradiology Fellowship at the University of Toronto. Charlie is an accomplished academic neuroradiologist authoring two book chapters (ESNR endorsed Clinical Neuroradiology textbook and IDKD Diseases of the Brain, Head, and Neck, Spine 2020–2023: Diagnostic Imaging textbook) as well as over 60 peer-review publications.
He had received research awards from RSNA, ARRS, and WNRS. He serves as a reviewer for several international journals. Since 2018, Charlie has held appointments as a Senior Staff Specialist Radiologist with the Gold Coast University Hospital and VMO Radiologist at the Tweed Hospital and Murwillumbah Hospital. He is an Adjunct Assistant Professor of Radiology at Bond University. Charlie is currently the Director of Training at the Gold Coast University Hospital where he oversees trainee supervision and research. Charlie lives on the Gold Coast with his wife and two young children. He enjoys tennis, hiking, and snowboarding.
Dr Johnny Huang
Dr Huang is an Australian trained radiologist with subspecialty fellowship in musculoskeletal (MSK) imaging. He grew up in Brisbane and obtained his medical degree from the University of Adelaide.
Upon completion of his residency at the Royal Adelaide Hospital, he returned to Queensland to commence 5 years of radiology training. Hospitals Dr Huang has worked for the past include Princess Alexandra Hospital, Mater Hospital and Gold Coast University Hospital.
Dr Huang has a fellowship in MSK radiology, with particular interest in sports medicine, MSK MRI and MSK intervention.
He is actively involved in registrar teaching.
Relocating from Brisbane to the Sunshine Coast will be a lifestyle move for Dr Huang and his young family.
Dr Tom Huang
Dr Tom Huang is a dual-trained Radiologist and Nuclear Medicine Specialist.
He completed a fellowship in PET imaging in 2009 and is a sub-specialist in oncologic imaging with key interests in lung, breast and gynaecological malignancies. He is the imaging lead for many MDT meetings at a tertiary hospital and has been actively involved in clinical trial reporting.
Dr Huang has been appointed by Queensland Diagnostic Imaging as the Director of Nuclear Medicine and will lead a team of experienced imaging specialists to deliver high quality Nuclear Medicine and PET imaging at St. Vincent’s Northside Private Hospital.
Dr Carl Kua
Dr Carl Kua obtained his Bachelor of Medicine & Surgery from the University of Queensland in 1997. He trained in Radiology at the Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital gaining admittance to the RANZCR in 2007 following completion of a Musculoskeletal fellowship.
On completion of his training, Dr Carl Kua work as a Staff Specialist Radiologist at the Royal Brisbane Hospital before joining Queensland Diagnostic Imaging (QDI). During his time with QDI, he has worked in major Orthopaedic hospitals in Brisbane. His skills and knowledge in radiology cover a wide range of sub-specialty areas across various modalities including MRI. His previous role include being the Supervising Radiologist at QDI Holy Spirit Northside Hospital. Committed to ongoing professional development, Dr. Kua is a Senior Lecturer for the University of Queensland and has involved himself in student and registrar training throughout his career.
In addition to his Musculoskeletal and Sports Medicine interest, Dr. Kua has undergone training in Cardiac CT and is accredited by the Australian Conjoint Cardiac Committee to report cardiac CT scans. During his leisure, Dr. Kua enjoys tennis, bush walking, watching sports as well as spending time with his wife and two children.
Dr Song Lim
Dr Song Lim graduated from the top ranked Australian University, Melbourne, with his medical degree in 1989. Following his general residency, he undertook his radiology training at the prestigious Alfred Hospital in Melbourne, obtaining his Radiology Fellowship in 1998.
In 1999, he spent a year at the famous Addenbrookes Hospital, Cambridge as a Senior Radiology Registrar/Fellow, training in MRI/CT under the supervision of Professor Adrian Dixon and breast imaging under the supervision of Dr Peter Britton, a renowned breast imager in the UK. He then returned to work in Australia for I-MED in 2000.
In 2001, Dr Lim joined Queensland Health and still holds his position, currently as a visiting medical officer at Gold Coast Hospital Health Service, where he is actively involved in teaching radiology trainees, in particular, preparing for final part 2 exit exams. He was previously appointed as one of the directors of training at Queensland Health, responsible for training Radiology Registrars and supervising overseas trained Radiologists. He is currently an Assistant Professor of Radiology at Bond University and a senior lecturer at Griffith University.
He completed various intervention courses with Dr Derek Glen and Dr Roger Davies from 2002 to 2004 and was the chief Interventional Radiologist during this period at The Townsville Hospital. During this tenure, he was responsible for all the intervention work in North Queensland including embolising acute traumatic bleeders. Dr Lim was also the MRI supervising radiologist for the fully licenced magnet at The Townsville Hospital.
He completed an intensive 3 month Body and Musculoskeletal MRI Fellowship at Thomas Jefferson University Philadelphia, under the supervision of Professor William Morrison and Dr Donald Mitchell in 2004.
He has authored and co-authored several papers and presentations.
In 2011, he joined Primary Health Care as the lead radiologist at the Tweed Hospital.
His special interests are MRI and interventional radiology.
Dr Brendan Litton
Dr Brendan Litton obtained a first class Honours degree in Pure Mathematics prior to studying Medicine, also graduating with Honours.
Following general residency, he was appointed as an ED / ICU Registrar in 2004 prior to commencing Radiology training at Westmead Hospital, subsequently completing his training based at the Princess Alexandra Hospital in Queensland.
Dr Litton has been based at the Tweed Hospital as a Consultant Radiologist since 2010. He has maintained a strong interest in medical education, providing training to both medical students and hospital trainees in medicine, ICU and emergency, in addition to creating and supervising an innovative radiology residency.
His areas of interest include: oncology imaging, running the lung, upper gastrointestinal and lower gastrointestinal cancer MDTs; body intervention, providing port-a-cath, vascath and other vascular access procedures, nephrostomy / ureteric stenting, percutaneous gastrostomy, drainage, biopsy and spinal / peripheral pain interventions; and women’s imaging, including ultrasound and stereotactic breast intervention, sonohysterography, pelvic MRI and HSG / recanalisation procedures for fertility investigation.
Dr David Macfarlane
Dr David Macfarlane is a well-known member of the Australian Nuclear Medicine community.
He developed an enduring interest in radiopharmaceutical therapy and oncologic Nuclear medicine during his Fellowship at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor.
During his tenure as Deputy Director of Nuclear Medicine at Royal Brisbane Hospital, he was a clinical leader in the expansion of radiopharmaceutical therapy in Queensland. He is an author on 40 peer-reviewed publications and served as principal and associate investigator on Phase I-III clinical trials of diagnostic and therapeutic agents. David moved into the private sector following the evolution of diagnostic nuclear medicine into Theranostics. This has been complemented by private and public sector diagnostic nuclear medicine focussing on oncologic PET/CT. He has also served as a Nuclear Medicine Specialist at Austin Health with its substantial oncologic and neurologic caseloads. He is a strong believer in multidisciplinary team-based patient care, and currently holds an adjunct clinical position with the University of Queensland School of Clinical Medicine
Dr Paul Monsour
Professor Paul Monsour graduated from the University of Queensland in 1978 with a BDSc (hons). He completed a PhD in Oral Biology in 1987 and a Masters degree in Oral Radiology & Pathology in 1991.Professor Monsour was the first registered specialist in DentoMaxilloFacial radiology working in full time private medical radiology practice in Australia. Professor Monsour lectures extensively throughout Australia and New Zealand on all aspects of DMF radiology. He was appointed the foundation Professor of DMFR at the University of Queensland in 2009. Paul is an associate member of the RANZCR and a Fellow of the International College of Dentists. Professor Monsour also established and runs the only specialist training programme for DMF radiologists in Australia.
Dr Mark Phillips
FRANZCR, FRCR, MRCP [UK] Paeds, MRCPCH, MA, MBCHB, BSc
Mark Phillips completed his MB CHB in Sheffield UK and trained initially in Paediatrics, before pursuing a career in Radiology. Mark specialises in all areas of Paediatric Radiology, including Paediatric Cardiac Imaging and Paediatric Forensic Imaging.
After completing his Radiology training in the UK (2005), Mark moved to Brisbane and became a fellow at the Mater Children’s Hospital. In 2006 Mark was appointed as Director of Radiology at the Mater Children’s Hospital where he remained until its closure in 2014.
Mark has been part of the team at QDI since 2019 in his role as a Paediatric Radiologist Specialist.
During his time at the Mater Children’s Hospital Mark helped to establish Paediatric Cardiac Imaging and Paediatric Forensic Imaging in Queensland.
Mark holds several positions within the Royal Australian and New Zealand College these include Faculty of Radiology Councillor for Queensland and the Co-lead Paediatric Examiner. He also held the position of Chief Accreditation Officer from [2016-2021] and Queensland Branch Chair [2017-2020]. Mark regularly lectures at both national and international conferences throughout Australia and Europe.
Mark has a keen interest in the cold war period and has obtained a Masters in Eastern European History, he also enjoys skiing and reading crime fiction.
Mark Loves to travel and is hoping to visit Scandinavia once border restrictions are lifted.
Dr Bhimal Ramsing
Dr Tom Snow
Dr Tom Snow is an interventional radiologist who trained in the UK (Oxford, Bristol) and in Canada at the University of Toronto.
He has been the director of Radiology at Gold Coast University Hospital, and has recently spent 2 years at the Alfred Hospital in Melbourne. His interests are in all areas of vascular and interventional radiology.
He has acted in several roles for RANZCR, including Queensland Education Officer, Chair of the Queensland branch, and, currently, as a member of the Board of Directors.
Dr Robert Stowasser
Dr Stowasser completed his Bachelor of Medicine & Bachelor of Surgery at the University of Queensland. From 1982 to 1989, he became Resident and Subsequent Registrar in Radiology at the Royal Brisbane Hospital.
Completing FRANCR Part 1 In 1986 he went on to complete FRANCR Part 2 in 1989 achieving the Sears Prize for most successful candidate. Post graduate studies include MRI Training Fellowship at UCSF San Francisco (1991) and a Mini Fellowship on CT Virtual Colonoscopy at the Boston University School of Medicine (2007).
Since graduating, Dr Stowasser has been in private Radiology practice until 2002, was Visiting Consultant Royal Brisbane Hospital (1990-1995) and since 2002 has been the Leading Radiologist at Queensland Diagnostic Imaging, Caboolture and North Lakes clinics.
Dr Mark Swainston
Mark is a diagnostic radiologist committed to servicing the Brisbane North region. He works full time exclusively in Ipswich at the Limestone Street and Riverlink QDI practices and reports for the Toowoomba QDI.
Born in Brisbane he studied medicine at QLD University graduating in 1991. After working as a junior Doctor in Brisbane, Gladstone and Townsville he trained in radiology at Royal Brisbane Hospital. He completed a fellowship in musculoskeletal radiology in Canberra. For the last 15 years he has worked as a consultant radiologist in suburban and hospital practices in Coffs Harbor, Sunshine Coast and Brisbane.
Dr Adelaine Wong
Dr. Adelaine Wong, BSc P.T., M.D., FRCPC, is a musculoskeletal radiologist who has recently relocated from New South Wales, Australia. She received her degree in Physical Therapy at the University of Alberta, before obtaining her medical degree at the University of Calgary.
She completed her residency in Diagnostic Radiology at the University of Saskatchewan. She subsequently completed a clinical and a research fellowship in musculoskeletal radiology at the University of California San Diego. She has worked and taught around the world in musculoskeletal radiology, including Winnipeg, (Canada), Taranaki (New Zealand), and Addis Ababa (Ethiopia).
Dr Joseph Wong
Dr Joseph Wong (MBBS(Hons), MBA, FRACP, FAANMS) is an honours medical graduate from the University of Queensland. He underwent his physician training at Christchurch in NZ, the Prince of Wales Hospital in Sydney and the Clinical PET Centre at Guy’s and St Thomas’ Hospitals in London.
Dr Wong has worked at the Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital as well as in private facilities. Dr Wong is a Senior Lecturer at the School of Medicine in the University of Queensland, and is the past president of the ANZSNM and AANMS.
Dr Peter Zheng
Peter has completed his Radiology specialty training at Gold Coast University Hospital (2016) after working as a Junior Doctor at Logan Hospital and growing up in the local area.
He obtained his medical degree from The Australian National University in Canberra after initially qualifying as a Radiographer with diverse experience in both public and private imaging sectors.
Peter continues to hold appointments at Gold Coast University, Robina and Tweed Hospitals with advanced training in cross-sectional imaging and interventional procedures. He has a wide range of interests covering all aspects of General Diagnostic Radiology with an emphasis on pain management and interventional techniques.
He is passionate about education and is involved with Registrar training and Medical student teaching holding an appointment as Lecturer at Griffith Medical School. He is also the Honorary Secretary for the Queensland branch College of Radiologists (RANZCR) that advocates for the profession through government health policies promoting the standards of training and practice in clinical radiology.