Dr Paul Marks

Dr Paul Marks

Dr Paul Marks

Imaging Associates, Box Hill, VIC, AUST

Advanced aspects of ACL imaging

Plenary #6: TBC

Dr Paul Marks is a radiologist specialising on sports and spinal imaging and treatment. He graduated from Monash University medicine in 1989 with honours. Prior to radiology, he worked for several years as an emergency registrar and locum general practitioner. His training in radiology was at the Austin Hospital graduating in 2000.

After completing a dual fellowship in Sports Imaging in Australia and San Francisco, he worked as Director of Radiology at Ringwood Private Hospital, which specialises in oncology. He then spent the following 10 years as Director at The Avenue Private hospital in Windsor. Here he gained extensive experience in Orthopaedic and Spinal medicine. For the last three years he has been a Director at AAMI stadium working with the Olympic Park Sports Medicine physicians.

Dr Marks has a strong belief in education and training, lecturing extensively in Australia and internationally. He has run a successful radiology fellowship training program for many years and has worked closely with the Australian Physiotherapy Association providing specialist lectures for their Masters students. He has published numerous peer-reviewed articles and overseen PhD and Masters level research. Dr Marks has developed a strong following for his gentle manner and injection techniques and specializes in all forms of sports and spinal injections.

SPEAKERS - PLENARY #6

SUN 31 MARCH

Dr David Panicek

Dr David Panicek

Vice Chair for Clinical Affairs Department of Radiology, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, New York, NY USA Professor of Radiology, Weill Medical College of Cornell University

Professor Fiona McQueen

Professor Fiona McQueen

Southern DHB, Invercargill, NZ

Dr Katrina Glazebrook

Dr Katrina Glazebrook

Professor of Radiology, Mayo Clinic Rochester, Minnesota, USA

Dr Ian Best

Dr Ian Best

Pacific Radiology Group, Wellington NZ

Dr Graeme Anderson

Dr Graeme Anderson

Middlemore Hospital, Epsom, NZ