Prof Dr Jung Seung-Eun
Korean Society of Radiology (KSR)
Professor Seung Eun Jung, the President-elect of the Korean Society of Radiology, is also the Director of the Department of Radiology at Eunpyeong St. Mary’s Hospital. A trailblazer in radiology, she has made significant contributions to quality management and policy development. Don't miss her lecture on 'Navigating the Future: Enhancing Quality and Safety in Radiology’.
Dr Katharine Halliday
President of The Royal College of Radiologists
After completing her radiology training in London, Perth, Australia, Sheffield and Nottingham, Katharine Halliday was appointed as a Consultant Paediatric Radiologist at Nottingham University Hospital in 1998. She has a special interest in the imaging of suspected physical abuse. She was Chair of the British Society of Paediatric Radiology (2010-16) and chaired the working group for the updated guidance for imaging in cases of suspected physical abuse in children (2018). Other posts: National Clinical Lead for Radiology Getting-It-Right- First-Time (GIRFT) (2017-22). Clinical Director for Radiology at Nottingham University Hospitals (2021-22). President Royal college of Radiologists (2022-25).
Prof Dr James F. Griffith
Prof Dr James Griffith, from Cork, Ireland, is currently Professor and Chairman of the Department of Imaging and Interventional Radiology, The Chinese University of Hong Kong. He is interested in all aspects of musculoskeletal imaging. His main research interests currently are tibiofemoral kinematics following injury and MRI evaluation of early rheumatoid arthritis. He is the immediate past President of the Asian Musculoskeletal Society. He has published 349 peer-reviewed papers, 201 book chapters, and edited 8 textbooks.
Dr Keefe Lai
Dr Keefe Lai is a Consultant in the Department of Diagnostic Radiology at Singapore General Hospital. He earned his medical degree from the National University of Singapore, Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine in 2011. He completed his specialty training in the SingHealth Diagnostic Radiology Residency Program in 2019 and received the Fellowship of the Royal College of Radiologists in 2016. In 2019, he obtained the Certified Imaging Informatics Professional and currently practices chest, abdomen, and pelvic imaging. Additionally, he serves as the Deputy Director of Imaging Informatics in the Division of Radiological Sciences at Singapore General Hospital. Dr. Keefe has a keen interest in colorectal imaging, CT Biomarkers for opportunistic cardiometabolic screening, workforce sustainability, and medical imaging perception.
Dr Ahmad Zaid Zanial
Dr Ahmad Zaid Zanial AM, FANMB, MMed NM (USM), MBBS (UM) practices as a Nuclear Medicine Physician at Hospital Kuala Lumpur since 2016. He underwent and completed his fellowship training in nuclear oncology at the Royal Liverpool University Hospital NHS England (Nov 2021 – Oct 2022). He contributes regularly towards nuclear medicine and molecular imaging publications, research activities and postgraduate trainings. He is also currently serving as a senior board member of the Hospital Research and Review Committee, Clinical Research Centre, Hospital Kuala Lumpur.
Dr Farah Naz Saleem
Dr Farah is a general radiologist at Selayang Hospital since 2016. She obtained her medical degree from University of Calgary, Canada in 2004 and her Masters in Radiology (MRad) from University Malaya in 2014. She is currently working as a general radiologist with special interest in breast imaging and MR Defecography. She has been doing MR Defecography at Selayang hospital since 2017 and has been offering consultative assistance to various centres which are now starting their MR Defecography services in Malaysia.
Asst Prof Dr Sarah Kyongmin Beck
Kyongmin Sarah Beck is Assistant Professor, Cardiothoracic Imaging, Department of Radiology, Seoul St. Mary's Hospital, College of Medicine, The Catholic University of Korea. She is the Secretary of the International Liaison Committee, the Korean Society of Radiology. She is also a member of the Korean Society of Radiology, Korean Society of Thoracic Imaging, Korean Society of Cardiovascular Imaging, Korean Aasociation for Lung Cancer, and International Association for the Study of Lung Cancer. Her main research interests: CT-guided lung biopsy, Lung cancer, COVID-19 pneumonia, mediastinal MRI.
Assoc Prof Dr Jeannie Wong Hsiu-Ding
Jeannie Wong studied Biomedical Engineering, followed by Master of Medical Physics at the Universiti Malaya. She received her PhD from the University of Wollongong, Australia. She started her career at the Department of Biomedical Imaging, Faculty of Medicine, the Universiti Malaya as a senior lecturer in 2011. Her research interests include radiation dosimetry, radiotherapy, medical imaging and radiomics. She has published over 70 papers to date. She was promoted to associate professor in 2018. Dr Wong has vast experience in the teaching of radiation physics and biostatistics at the postgraduate level. She has been involved as lecturer and examiner for the Master of Radiology and Master of Clinical Oncology at the Universiti Malaya since 2012. In 2019, she received the Southeast Asian Federation of Organizations of Medical Physics (SEAFOMP) Young Leader Award.
Dr Rathachai Kaewlai
Dr. Rathachai Kaewlai is a full-time academic radiologist in the Division of Emergency Radiology at the Department of Radiology of the Faculty of Medicine Siriraj Hospital in Bangkok, Thailand. He is a US-board-certified radiologist with expertise in emergency, thoracic, body and forensic imaging. He has made significant contributions to the field, including the establishment of the first Emergency Radiology division in Thailand and the Thai Emergency Imaging Group.
Prof Dr Seo Joon-Beom
Joon Beom Seo, MD is a professor of radiology at University of Ulsan College of Medicine in South Korea. His focus of research has been applications of various new technologies, such as image processing, robotics, 3D printing, and artificial intelligence to improve radiologic practice. In particular, he has performed much research on quantification of COPD and ILD at CT, evaluation of combined perfusion and ventilation of the lung using dual energy CT, lung cancer radiomics and AI techniques for lung imaging. He founded the Korean Society of Artificial Intelligence in Medicine (KoSAIM) in 2018 and served as the first president of the society. He is currently served as the president of international workshop on pulmonary functional imaging (IWPFI) and the president of Korean Society of Thoracic Radiology (KSTR).
Dr Farhana Fadzli
Dr Farhana is a Senior Lecturer and Clinical Radiologist at the University of Malaya Medical Centre, Kuala Lumpur, she underwent post graduate training (Master of Radiology) at University of Malaya and obtained her Fellowship of the Royal College of Radiology in UK. She joined University of Malaya as an academic staff in 2007. Her clinical interests and research contributions are mainly focused on Breast Imaging, Nuclear Medicine and Neuroradiology. Dr Farhana has published and presented numerous publications and scientific papers in peer reviewed journals. She is active in clinical research, serving currently as principal investigator and collaborator for numerous studies.
Dr Faizah Mohd Zaki
Dr Faizah Mohd Zaki is a senior consultant in pediatric radiology and a medical lecturer at Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia (UKM) Faculty of Medicine and Hospital Canselor Tuanku Muhroz (HCTM) UKM. She is also the Head of Radiology and Intervention Services at UKM Children's Specialist Hospital (HPKK) UKM. She graduated from Faculty of Medicine UKM in 2002 and later was awarded with the Master of radiology (UKM) in 2009. Subsequently she completed her sub-specialty training for 1 year each in pediatric neuroradiology and general pediatric radiology at the Hospital for Sick Children (Sickkids), Toronto, Canada. She has deep interest in pediatric neuroradiology, head & neck radiology and pediatric oncoradiology.
Prof Dr Norlisah Mohd Ramli
Dr. Norlisah is a Professor of Radiology, at the Department of Biomedical Imaging and a Neuroradiology Consultant for the University of Malaya Medical Centre, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. She graduated with an MBBS University of Malaya and obtained her FRCR in London. She has received her radiology training at Queens Medical Centre, Nottingham and has her neurointerventional training at Bicetre hospital in Paris. Her main research contribution has been in the field of neuroimaging. She is one of the Merdeka Awards recipients in 2008. Professor Dr Norlisah has published over 100 papers in peer-reviewed journals and oversees over 100 scientific papers. She has also organized and directed several workshops on neuroradiology imaging and serves as an expert team mission for IAEA. She also serves as a reviewer for various grant applications such as the UMRG and Science funds. She is currently the President College of Radiology, Academy of Medicine of Malaysia (COR) and Malaysian Society of Radiologists (MyRad)
Dr Cyril Ong
Dr Cyril Ong is a paediatric radiologist working in the Royal Children's Hospital (RCH), Melbourne with a special interest in abdominal imaging. He works with clinicians especially general paediatric surgeons and gastroenterologists to deliver care to the children of Victoria and help “achieve a world where all kids thrive” in line with RCH vision and values. He is passionate about teaching, and he is actively involved in training Victorian radiology registrars who rotate through RCH. He also teaches in the University of Melbourne Master of Medicine (Radiology) courses.
Dr Siti Hajar Omar
Dr. Siti Hajar Omar, a graduate of the Universiti Sains Malaysia with a Master's in Radiology obtained in 2016, has pursued a specialization in Musculoskeletal Radiology through extensive training. She underwent subspecialization training at the esteemed Hospital Kuala Lumpur, where she honed her skills in this specialized field. In addition, she pursued further overseas training at Bern University Hospital, Switzerland, expanding her expertise in musculoskeletal radiology. Currently, Dr. Siti Hajar Omar serves as a dedicated professional at Hospital Kuala Lumpur, and her work is characterized by a particular focus on hip and musculoskeletal-related tumor imaging, as well as musculoskeletal-related interventions. Her dedication to these areas of interest reflects her commitment to providing comprehensive and specialized care to her patients.
Prof Dr Oh Young-Taik
Prof Dr Oh Young-Taik is a professor currently serves in Severance Hospital, Yonsei University, College of Medicine, Seoul, South Korea. He specializes in Genitourinary imaging. His area of interest includes Oncologic imaging, Prostate imaging. He is the President of Korean Society of Genitourinary Radiology, Chair of Education committee, ASAR and Program sub-committee member for the AOSOR. He has more than 86 peer-reviewed scientific papers.
Dr Chen Po-Ting
Dr Chen Po-Ting currently serves as an attending radiologist and clinical lecturer in the Department of Medical Imaging at National Taiwan University Hospital. He specializes in interventional and abdominal radiology, with a research focus on common interventional procedures, radiomics, and the application of artificial intelligence in pancreatic and adrenal imaging.
Assoc Prof Dr Hilwati Hashim
Dr. Hilwati Hashim is an Associate Professor and Consultant Neuroradiologist at UiTM. With a background in Trinity College Dublin and Universiti Malaya, she completed a Fellowship in Neuroradiology. She serves as Head of the Department of Radiology at UiTM, has published in Radiology and Neuroradiology, and is a member of various societies including CoR, ESNR, MSN, and RSNA. Her expertise is sought after for speaking engagements and as a reviewer for national and international journals.
Dr Ajit S. Shinto
Dr Ajit S Shinto, a dynamic Nuclear Medicine physician with vast experience in establishing Nuclear Medicine facilities with high end PET/CT, PET/MRI, SPECT-CT, clinical trials, research & academic programs. He has served on executive & governing boards of various national & international societies as well as Editorial boards of multiple international peer reviewed journals. He is the Co Editor in Chief of the International Journal of Nuclear Medicine & Research, has more than 150 International publications, has written numerous book chapters & has been a participant in many national & multinational clinical trials. He graduated from St. John's Medical College. Then he completed DRM from Mumbai University. Further he took DNB. He holds PGDHA/HM, MNAMS and MICNM.
Prof Dr Yeong Chai-Hong
Dr Yeong is a Professor of Medical Physics at Taylor’s University. She is the current President of the South-East Asia Federation of Organizations for Medical Physics (SEAFOMP), Chair of Medical Physics World Board, International Organization for Medical Physics (IOMP), Vice President of the Malaysian Association of Medical Physics (MAMP), and one of the Founders of the ASEAN College of Medical Physics (ACOMP). She is also an IAEA expert for multiple Task Groups and regional activities. She was the recipient of the IUPAP Young Scientist Award 2021, first from the developing countries. Her research areas focus on theragnostics nuclear medicine, interventional radiology and 3D printing in medicine. She owns 4 patents and has published more than 80 journal articles, 2 academic books and 2 book chapters. She is the Editor of the e-Medical Physics World (eMPW) Bulletin and IOMP Newsletter. She also serves as a reviewer for several international renowned journals.
Prof Dr Manabu Minami
He graduated from the University of Tokyo in 1983 and started a radiology residency at the same hospital. He served as Professor and Chairman of the Department of Radiology at University of Tsukuba (2004-2019). His interests relate to thoracic, abdominal, and musculoskeletal imaging. He is now working as a teaching staff at affiliated hospitals of the Universities of Tokyo and Tsukuba.
Dr Nur Fadhlina Abd Satar
Dr Nur Fadhlina is a Clinical Oncologist at University of Malaya. She completed MRCP(UK) and trained at University College London and Barts NHS Trusts. She subsequently obtained FRCR and master’s in clinical Oncology under Institute Cancer Research London. She is passionate on issues pertaining to medical education and currently leads the Cancer ECHO UM project and is the Program Coordinator of master’s in clinical Oncology UM. She actively collaborates with researchers, being the Principal Investigator in Digital Health clinical trial, as well as drug trials in breast and head and neck cancers. She has also published in her clinical areas of interests which are head and neck, breast and gastrointestinal cancers.
Dr Ng Wei-Lin
Dr Wei Lin Ng joined as an academic staff in the Department of Biomedical Imaging, University Malaya in 2018. She obtained her medical degree (MBBS) and masters of radiology (MRad) from University of Malaya. She completed her fellowship training in interventional radiology in Siriraj Hospital, Mahidol University, Bangkok Thailand.
Dr Khairil Amir Sayuti
Dr Khairil Amir Sayuti is currently the Head of Radiology Department, Hospital Universiti Sains Malaysia. He specializes in general radiology with subspeciality training in cardiac imaging at Institut Jantung Negara and Royal Brompton Hospital, London. He has been a clinical lecturer for more than 10 years and an experienced examiner for Master of Radiology programme for several years.
Dr Jimmy Woo Sze-Yang
Dr Asokan R. Nair
Dr Asokan is a senior consultant clinical radiologist and has been involved in training and teaching the trainee radiologist. His passion for teaching made him pursue to obtain a postgraduate certificate in medical education from University of Dundee. He conducts viva classes for the trainees and was part of the faculty for the Singapore FRCR/MMed Radiology Preparatory course for several years. He is also an examiner for the MRad examination.
Dr Kama Azira Binti Awang @ Ramli
Dr Aida Abdul Aziz
Dr Aida Abdul Aziz is a Thoracic Radiologist working at Hospital Sultanah Aminah Johor Bahru and as a visiting Consultant Thoracic Radiologist at Hospital Sultan Ismail, Johor Bahru, and Gleneagles Hospital Medini, Johor. She obtained subspecialty training in Thoracic Radiology from the Ministry of Health, including an observer ship at Royal Brompton Hospital in London. Dr Aida actively participates in multidisciplinary meetings, speaks at national and international conferences, and has a special interest in ILD and Respiratory Infectious diseases. She has published papers on COVID-19 and is currently involved in research on Long Term COVID-19 and Artificial Intelligence.
Dr Teoh Li Ying
Dr Teoh Li Ying is a surgeon with expertise in breast surgery. She completed her MBBS and Master of General Surgery at UM, and a fellowship attachment in Taipei Medical University, Taiwan. She has a subspecialty in Breast Surgery from Malaysia. Dr Teoh's areas of interest include hybrid breast oncoplastic autologous reconstruction, endoscopic mastectomy, and IORT. She serves as the main liaison person in Greater Petaling Interhospital MDTs and is involved in quality improvement projects related to breast cancer control. She also shows great enthusiasm in postgraduate training as a trainer.