Dr Glen Schlaphoff is an Interventional and Diagnostic Radiologist. He qualified in 1998 in South Africa and worked in two prestigious private practices before moving to Sydney in 2001. He is a Senior Staff Specialist in the Liverpool Public Hospital since 2001 and has been the Director of Interventional Radiology since 2005. He attends and presents at many local and international meetings and is an active IRSA member (Interventional Society of Australasia). His particular interests are in vascular imaging and intervention, pain relief and spinal injections including Vertebroplasty, Interventional and diagnostic oncology offering a wide range of therapies and interventions to oncology patients – with specific skills in treating patients with liver and renal cancer (credentialled for delivery of SIR-Spheres, DCeads, TACE, Microwave and RFA). In acute medicine he is active in the trauma team with published results in management of Pelvic Fractures with haemodynamic instability and embolisation and well as emergency embolisation for acute GI bleeding, acute epistaxis and aneurysm rupture. He has an active large referral for renal artery and carotid stenting, renal dialysis fistula maintenance as well as varicocoele and fibroid embolisation, and Vascular and Cardiac CT. He is also is involved in several multidisciplinary meetings including Upper GIT Tumour group, Upper GI medicine, Vascular and Trauma Audits. He is a promoter of new technology in Radiology.
Dr Wenderoth graduated from UNSW in 1995 and became a fellow of the Royal Australia and New Zealand College of Radiologists in 2002. He spent 2002 undertaking advanced training in diagnostic and interventional neuroradiology at Royal Perth Hospital in Western Australia. He was awarded the inaugural Bill Hare Fellowship by the College in 2003 to undertake advanced training overseas, and traveled to Oxford, where he undertook a further year of Fellowship training in neuroradiology at the Radcliffe Infirmary, before being appointed as a consultant there in December 2003.Dr Wenderoth returned to Sydney in December 2004 after accepting a position as staff specialist at Prince of Wales and Sydney Children’s Hospitals and a VMO position at Liverpool Hospital, where he developed and continues to run interventional neuroradiology services covering the south eastern and south western Area Health Services in Sydney and their affiliated rural zones. Dr Wenderoth is also a conjoint senior lecturer at University of New South Wales.Dr Wenderoth has keen interests in red wine, rugby union, cricket and his pet Labrador, Maximus.www.neuroradiologist.com.auDr Anthony Kaplan
Dr. Anthony Kaplan is a Diagnostic Radiologist with more than 10 years of post qualification experience. Having received multiple awards during his medical training, he completed his medical degree at the University of Witwatersrand in 1992, graduating Cum Laude. He was awarded the Gold Medal of the Medical Association of South Africa for the “Most Outstanding Final Year Medical Graduate”.
Dr. Kaplan completed his Radiology Training in 1998 and has been awarded 3 Fellowships:- Fellow of College of Radiology of South Africa ; Fellow of Royal College of Radiology (London); Fellow of Royal Australia & New Zealand College of Radiologists.
After working for a short time as a Consultant Radiologist in both the Academic and Private setting in Johannesburg, he was appointed as a Staff Specialist in the Department of Radiology at Liverpool Hospital in 2001 where he has concentrated on Diagnostic Radiology, with a focus on Body Imaging, Thoracic Imaging and Neuro-Imaging. He has worked closely with the Radiation Oncology Department since 2001, and has acquired much experience in Oncology Imaging.
Dr. Kaplan also has an interest in education and since 2002 has been the Director of Training at Liverpool Hospital for the Royal Australia & New Zealand College of Radiology (RANZCR). He sits on the interview panel of RANZCR for assessment of Overseas Trainees and has served as an Accreditation Officer for the College.
Dr Daniel Moses
Dr Daniel Moses graduated from the University of New South Wales with a combined degree in Science (Mathematics/Physics) and Medicine. He completed his training in radiology at Prince of Wales Hospital. He was then awarded the Thomas Baker Fellowship from the RANZCR to travel to New York, where he obtained fellowships (certificates of advanced training) in Thoracic Radiology and Body MRI from New York University from 2002-2005. He is currently the Director of Medical Imaging of the Northern Network of Hospitals, SESIAHS and holds a senior staff specialist position with a subspecialty in body, thoracic and cardiac radiology.
He has a strong interest in body MR/CT with extensive experience in chest, abdominal and urological imaging (including intervention). He is PET (peripheral endovascular therapy) accredited and also cardiac CT (level B) accredited. He is a fellow of the RANZCR and accredited by the American Board of Radiology and the specialist register in the UK.
Dr Moses has a strong research interest and has obtained an honours degree in pure mathematics, a master of engineering science (biomedical) and is currently enrolled in a PhD in computer science.
Dr Elizabeth Lazarus
Dr Elizabeth Lazarus graduated from the University of Cape Town, South Africa and is a Fellow of the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Radiology (RANZCR). She has special interests in all modalities including CT, MRI, ultrasound, mammography and biopsies as well as ultrasound guided injections.
Currently, she is a senior staff specialist at Liverpool Hospital and is actively involved in GP education and Breast imaging. She is an active member in the SWSLHD Breast MDT.
She has worked in private practices in Wollongong and Hurstville .
Dr Ramesh Cuganesan
Dr Cuganesan graduated from Sydney University in 1994.
He underwent basic training in Radiology at the John Hunter Hospital in Newcastle followed by a year as an Advanced Trainee in Magnetic Resonance Imaging at Monash Medical Centre in Melbourne. He became a Fellow of the Royal Australia and New Zealand College of Radiologists in January 2003. He has also attended mini Fellowship courses in Musculoskeletal MRI at University of California, San Francisco USA and University of Toronto Health Network, Canada.
Dr Cuganesan has been employed as a full-time Staff Specialist Radiologist at Liverpool Hospital since February 2003. He has special interests in Diagnostic Neuroradiology, Head & Neck/ ENT Imaging as well as Musculoskeletal Imaging particularly MRI.
Dr Chee Chung Hiew
Dr Chee Chung Hiew graduated from The University of Sydney in 1990 with first class honours. He became a Fellow of the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Radiologists in 1998 and was awarded the M.G.F.Donnan Prize for Pathology for the Diploma of the RANZCR part 2 examinations.
He completed a Clinical fellowship at The Hospital for Sick Children, Toronto and a further Fellowship at The Children’s Hospital of Michigan, Detroit. He gained experience and expertise in all aspects of Paediatric Imaging including body and neuro-imaging. Dr Hiew is currently a senior staff radiologist at the Prince of Wales and Sydney Children’s Hospitals. He also holds conjoint appointment with The Royal Hospital for Women, Randwick, and has experience in neonatal imaging.
Dr Hiew is a well qualified radiologist with 9 years experience in public and private practice. He is actively involved in undergraduate and postgraduate teaching at the University of NSW, Randwick and he is an examiner for the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Radiologists. Dr Hiew is also actively involved with the College and has been a NSW Branch Committee member for 9 years.
Dr Robert Lim
Dr Lim graduated from The University of New South Wales in 1991 and became a Fellow of the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Radiologists in 2001. In 2000, he completed Fellowship in Vascular and Interventional Radiology at the University Health Network, Toronto, through the University of Toronto, Canada. The following year, he completed a second Fellowship in Cross Sectional Imaging at St Michael’s Hospital, also in Toronto, Canada.
Dr Lim returned to Sydney in October 2003 to commence work at The Prince of Wales and Sydney Children’s Hospital, where he is currently employed as a senior staff specialist. He is an interventional radiologist and has interests in oncology and body imaging
Dr Sarah Morris
Dr Sarah Morris graduated from the University of Sydney with concurrent MBBS (Hons) and BA, and completed her radiology training to become a Fellow of the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Radiologists in 2006.
Dr Morris was awarded the H.R.Sear Prize as the top candidate in the Part II Radiology specialist examinations in 2004. Sarah completed an MRI fellowship with Westmead Hospital and Castlereagh Imaging, with subspecialty focus on musculoskeletal imaging.
Since 2006, Dr Morris has held a part time appointment as staff specialist at Prince of Wales Hospital and Sydney Children’s Hospital where she expanded and continues to provide musculoskeletal imaging services, particularly MRI. Dr Morris has also held concurrent Lecturer position at University of NSW and continues to be actively involved in undergraduate teaching.
Dr Melvin Wong
Dr Melvin Wong graduated from the University of New South Wales with first class honours. He trained in radiology at St. Vincent’s Hospital and Westmead Hospital in Sydney. He is a Fellow of the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Radiologists (RANZCR) and was awarded the M.G.F. Donnan Prize for Pathology in the RANZCR part II specialist examinations. He also completed a MRI fellowship at the Prince of Wales and Sydney Children’s Hospital with a subspecialty focus on musculoskeletal and body MRI.
Dr Wong has been an associate of Spectrum Medical Imaging since 2010. He is currently a staff specialist and also the Director of Training at the Prince of Wales and Sydney Children’s Hospital.
Dr Wong’s interests include musculoskeletal, abdominal and thoracic imaging.
Dr Laughlin Dawes
Dr Laughlin Dawes currently practices as a neuro and head & neck radiologist at Prince of Wales Hospital and Spectrum Medical Imaging. He completed his Neuroradiology Fellowship at Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital in 2008.
For the last six years he has been the radiologist for the weekly Head & Neck Oncology Multidisciplinary Meetings at Prince of Wales, and he also takes the Neurology/Neurosurgery, Neuro-oncology, Spinal, Oculoplastics and ENT clinicoradiological meetings.
Currently a conjoint lecturer at UNSW, Laughlin is also a student at UNSW, undertaking a Masters in Information Technology, with a specialisation in Artificial Intelligence.
Dr Dawes teaches radiology registrars and medical students, including lecturing at UNSW.
Dr Dean Rabinowitz graduated from the University of Western Australia with a Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery with Honours. He trained in Radiology between Royal Perth Hospital in WA and Prince of Wales Hospital in Sydney before obtaining advanced and fellowship training in MRI (with Body MRI emphasis) in 2013-14. He currently holds a staff specialist position at Prince of Wales/Sydney Children’s Hospital (body imaging/oncology intervention/cardiothoracic subspecialist roles). Dr Rabinowitz actively participates in chest, cardiac, abdominal and oncology clinical meetings.
He has a strong interest in body MR/CT with extensive experience in chest, abdominal and urological imaging. He is accredited in CT coronary angiography and has an interest in cardiac MRI.
He has strong research and teaching interests, currently coordinating the imaging components of the Basic Physician and Emergency Training programs at Prince of Wales Hospital.