Our radiologists have been carefully recruited for their skill, ability and compassion.
Dr Stephen Fasulakis BSc MBChB FCR SA FRANZCR
Dr. Fasulakis obtained his Fellowship of the Australian and New Zealand College of Radiologists in 2000. His interests are paediatrics, interventional (procedural) radiology, musculoskeletal, cardiac and vascular imaging.
He was awarded the Jeff Crouch scholarship in 2004-5 to Boston and Toronto in Interventional Radiology. Dr. Fasulakis has combined accreditation in the field of endovascular interventional radiology and cardiac CT (level B).
He is a member of the International Spinal Intervention Society and the Radiological Society of North America. He is a fellow of the Australian and New Zealand College of Phlebologists.
Dr Robin Cassumbhoy MBBS FRANZCR
Robin Cassumbhoy graduated from the University of Melbourne in 1995 and completed her medical and radiology training at St Vincent’s Hospital Melbourne.
Dr Cassumbhoy obtained her Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Radiologists Fellowship in 2002 and subsequently spent 11 years at Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre specialising in oncological imaging.
She has particular interest and expertise in imaging evaluation of malignancies involving the head and neck, and skull base.
Robin was the lead radiologist for the weekly Head and Neck Cancer Multidisciplinary Meeting at Peter Mac for 6 years. She has achieved national recognition for her teaching of head and neck imaging, and cross-sectional imaging anatomy over many years.
Dr Cassumbhoy also holds sessional appointments at St Vincent’s Hospital, and Western Health.
Dr Seamas Jones MBBS FRANZCR
Dr Jones trained in medicine at Monash University, graduating in 2003, before entering advanced training in Radiology at The Geelong Hospital. On graduation, Seamas completed Fellowships in Magnetic Resonance Imaging at The Geelong Hospital and Paediatric Radiology at The Royal Children’s Hospital. Seamas also has an interest in prostate MRI.
Seamas recently completed a six month paediatric sabbatical program in the United Kingdom from January to June 2019.
Seamas also holds a position in Barwon Medical Imaging as a Consultant Radiologist and is actively involved in paediatric clinical meetings held monthly with Geelong’s leading Paediatricians.
A/Prof Peter Brotchie MBBS PhD FRANZCR
A/Prof Peter Brotchie is an Associate Professor of Radiology, Medical Imaging Department, St Vincent’s Hospital, Melbourne. He has a PhD in Medicine, was a National Institutes of Health Postdoctoral Fellow at Massachusetts Institute of Technology and has an MRI Fellowship from Long Beach Memorial Hospital, California.
Peter has undertaken courses in Neural Networks at MIT, Massachusetts and Cold Spring Harbor, New York and studied Computer Science at the University of Melbourne. A/Prof Brotchie was a Senior Research Scientist at the Florey Neurosciences Centre and Associate Professor at the Brain Sciences Institute, Melbourne and has held the positions of Vice-Chairman of the Radiology Research Committee for the Australasian College of Radiology.
A/Prof Brotchie has been awarded numerous scholarships and is the author of numerous publications. Dr Brotchie has maintained an interest in neural networks during his clinical career, and with the development of Deep Learning Models for image processing and automated diagnosis.
A/Prof Tom Sutherland MBBS FRANZCR
A/Prof Tom Sutherland is an abdominal and forensic radiologist who completed his undergraduate medical training at Monash University in 2002 and his radiology training at St Vincent’s Hospital in 2010.
He has authored over 50 peer review papers, a number of textbook chapters and is a regular invited speaker at national and international conferences. He is the deputy chair of the Abdominal Radiologist Group of Australia and New Zealand and has an academic appointment at the University of Melbourne.
His current major research themes relate to the diagnosis and staging of prostate cancer and the use of artificial intelligence.
Dr Marcus Pianta MBBS FRANZCR MMed GradCertEpi
Dr Marcus Pianta graduated from Monash University, Melbourne and completed his Radiology training at The Alfred Hospital, which included an Interventional Fellowship and a Master of Medicine.
Marcus undertook a second fellowship in Canada, University of Alberta Hospital specialising in Musculoskeletal Imaging. Dr Pianta has particular interests in arthritis and musculoskeletal tumour imaging as well as performing therapeutic and diagnostic procedures.
Dr Ian Williams MBBS FRANZCR
Dr Williams graduated from the University of Queensland in 2006 and completed his fellowship with the Royal Australian College of Radiologists in 2016.
Upon obtaining his radiology qualification Ian completed a 12 month MRI fellowship in MRI imaging at University Hospital Geelong. His interests are body, musculoskeletal and neuroimaging.
Ian is currently employed at Barwon Medical Imaging, University Hospital Geelong on a sessional basis. One on his roles is contributing to various clinical and multidisciplinary team meetings.