Professor of Radiology
University of Sydney
[BSc(Hons I); MBBS; DPhil(Oxon); FRANZCR]
Professor Stuart Grieve is the leader of the Imaging and Phenotyping Laboratory at the Charles Perkins Centre, University of Sydney. He is currently the Parker Hughes Professor of Radiology at the University of Sydney and a consultant radiologist at Royal Prince Alfred Hospital. He also holds clinical appointments at Macquarie University, Sydney Adventist and Epworth Hospitals.
He is an academic Radiologist and Imaging Scientist with a career focus of improving patient outcomes using imaging, his research program spans basic science, computational methods, clinical trials, clinical translation and strong partnerships with
the healthcare industry, partnering with leading companies such as Siemens, Arterys, Circle, Ansys and GE to pursue more accurate “digital” strategies to better manage heart disease. He integrates imaging, physics, biology and computational advances to find better ways to measure disease.
He completed a BSc (Hons I) at the USYD in 1996 in Biochemistry, followed by DPhil in Magnetic Resonance Imaging at Oxford on a Rhodes Scholarship from 1996-2000. He undertook two post-doctoral fellowships at Oxford in high-field NMR and cardiac MRI before returning to Australia to continue his research and undertake clinical training. He completed an MBBS(Hons) in 2006, then residency and Radiology Specialist training at RPAH between 2007-2012.