Our Doctors

Dr Todd Malone - Managing Radiologist


Todd graduated from the University of Tasmania before completing his specialist training at the Royal Brisbane Hospital. He then undertook an MRI fellowship at the Mater and Greenslopes Private Hospitals in Brisbane with Queensland X- Ray. Since then he has worked in private practice. Todd's main interests are MRI & Musculoskeletal Imaging.

Dr Li Enn Yapp

Dr Yapp graduated from the University of Adelaide with his Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS) in 2007 and was awarded with a Fellowship to the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Radiologists (FRANZR) in 2015.

His radiology training was based at the Royal Adelaide Hospital as well as rotations through Flinders Medical Centre, Women’s & Children’s, Royal Darwin and Queen Elizabeth Hospitals.

Dr Yapp enjoys all aspects of general radiology with particular subspecialty interests in musculoskeletal imaging and breast imaging.

He has completed a Musculoskeletal Radiology Fellowship with I-MED Regional Imaging at Calvary Hospital in Hobart.

 

Visiting Radiologists

Dr Drew McMenamin


Drew graduated from the University of Queensland Medical School in 1999, before completing his radiology training at the Princess Alexandra Hospital, Brisbane. After being awarded the Uhr Clarke Bursary by the RANZCR in 2006, Drew undertook further training in MRI at the Gold Coast Hospital before completing US fellowships in Musculoskeletal and Sports Imaging at the University of Washington, and Breast Imaging and Breast MRI at the Seattle Cancer Care Alliance. Drew is a Senior Lecturer with the University of Queensland. His main interests are Musculoskeletal Imaging, Breast Imaging & Interventional Radiology.

Dr Mark Cooper


Mark graduated from St Mary’s hospital Medical School, London University in 1984 after gaining first class honours and a BSc in Clinical and biochemical phamacology with academic prizes in pharmacology and pathology. 
 
Mark decided to emigrate with his family to QLD and became a Fellow of RANZCR in 1994. Since then Mark has worked largely in Hospital departments or private practices in Hospitals including contracting, partnering and as a VMO in Interventional Radiology. Mark’s main interests are in Interventional Radiology.

Dr Jessica Wong


Jessica graduated from the University of Auckland and then completed her radiology training in Auckland, New Zealand. 
 
She was Chief Registrar of the Auckland Training Programme in 2016.  She has been awarded prizes for her research into CT enterography winning both the Philips Healthcare Australasia Scientific Paper Prize in 2013 and the William A Cook Registrar Award in 2015.  She completed further MRI training prior to completing a Musculoskeletal Fellowship with Noosa Radiology. Jessica is a general radiologist with an interest in Breast Imaging, Musculoskeletal Imaging & Intervention.

Dr Andrew Paszkowski


Andrew graduated from the University of Sydney before completing his specialist training at St George Hospital. He then spent 12 months undergoing post-fellowship training in Nuclear Medicine and PET at Emory University Atlanta. He has undertaken further mini-fellowships in PET at St Thomas' Hospital London and in CTCA at Monash Institute, Melbourne. He has worked in private practice on the Sunshine Coast since 1998 and opened the first Nuclear facility in Gympie in 2010. Andrew's main interests include Cardiac Imaging, Sports Medicine & Oncology.

 Dr Angus MacKinnon


Angus graduated from the Universityof Sydney before completing his radiology training at Westmead Hospital, Sydney. He then undertook Musculoskeletal MRI and Cardiac fellowships at Calvary Hospital, Hobart. Angus's main interests are MRI and Musculoskeletal Imaging.