The Scientific Convenor, Dr Helen Frazer, together with the Committee of the Breast Interest Group of the Royal Australian & New Zealand College of
Radiologists have again brought together an outstanding faculty of international and local experts in the field of early detection and management of
Faculty for the 10th B.I.G. of R.A.N.Z.C.R. meeting:
Dr Robyn Birdwell
Section Head, Division of Breast Imaging
Brigham & Women's Hospital
Boston, Mass. USA
Prof. Andy Evans
Professor of Breast Imaging
University of Dundee
Dr Erica Whineray Kelly
Consultant Breast Surgeon
Auckland Breast Centre
Prof. Sunil Lakhani
Head, Academic Discipline of Molecular & Cellular Pathology
The Royal Brisbane & Women's Hospital, Australia
The General Breast Imaging Meeting of the Breast Interest Group of the Royal Australian & New Zealand College of Radiologists' is the premier Australasian meeting for all professionals involved in the early detection and treatment of breast disease. The meeting brings together international and local experts from all the sub-specialties involved in breast disease management.
Helen is a graduate of the University of Western Australia and completed her radiology training in NSW. She has extensive experience in breast imaging including breast fellowship training in NSW and working as a breast radiologist in Atlanta, USA. Helen has worked for BreastScreen in NSW, WA and Victoria.
For several years Helen has been a member of the Breast Imaging Reference Group of the RANZCR and sits on many committees including the BCNA, the BreastScreen Victoria Quality Management Group and the BreastScreen Victoria State Accreditation Committee.
In addition to her role as Clinical Director, BreastScreen St Vincent's Hospital, she has a number of breast cancer research interests and collaborates with several groups alongside Associate Professor Jennifer Cawson.
Helen is currently undertaking a PhD at Melbourne University to further support her interest in population screening and public health, following the completion of a Masters in Epidemiology in 2014.