A/Prof David Pattison
Dr David Pattison graduated from University of Melbourne in 2003 and subsequently completed dual specialty training in both endocrinology and nuclear medicine at the Royal Melbourne Hospital, Austin Hospital and Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre in Melbourne. In 2016 moved from the Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre to his current role as Acting-Deputy Director of the Department of Nuclear Medicine & PET Services at the Royal Brisbane & Women’s Hospital. He has a keen clinical and research interest in molecular imaging and radionuclide therapy of endocrine malignancies (including neuroendocrine tumours and thyroid cancer) and prostate cancer. He is the lead nuclear medicine physician for radionuclide therapy at RBWH and has introduced a clinical I-124 PET service for management of advanced thyroid cancer.