Dr Emmeline Lee
Position:MBBS (WA) FRANZCR DRANZCOG
Responsibility:Specialised in Radiology
Emmeline Lee is a graduate of the University of Western Australia who specialised in Radiology in the West Australian Inter-Hospital training program. After completion of her fellowship exams, she undertook subspecialist training in Women’s Imaging and in Breast Imaging. She has had over 10 years experience as an Obstetric and Gynaecological Ultrasound subspecialist and currently works in both Western Ultrasound for Women, as well as in the public sector.
Emmeline provides great expertise in invasive procedures in Obstetrics (including Amniocentesis and Chorionic Villus Sampling) and Gynaecology (including Saline Infusion Sonograms and HyCoSy’s to assess tubal patency). She was the first radiologist to offer Lipiodol flushing for the treatment of unexplained fertility in Australia.
Emmeline is a senior examiner in Women’s Imaging for the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Radiologists, to ensure that the next generation of specialists are highly trained in the subspecialist area of Obstetric and Gynaecological Imaging.
She is an enthusiastic teacher of Radiology trainees and sonographers, and was the recipient of the Professor Turab Chakera Award for Radiology Teaching in 2014. She was also a finalist in the WA Clinical Supervision Awards in 2013.
She is currently serving on the Editorial Panel for the Diagnostic Imaging Pathway project, (http://www.imagingpathways.health.wa.gov.au/) which is an educational tool used by clinicians to guide appropriate imaging investigations.
Emmeline has been appointed as the Expert Advisor for Obstetric Imaging in the popular website, Radiopaedia, which is the premier reference website for Imaging professionals around the world (http://radiopaedia.org)
Emmeline is a sought-after speaker at local, national and international meetings.
She is an active member of the charity group, Radiology Across Borders, and volunteers her time regularly to teach radiologists and other doctors in the developing world (http://www.radiologyacrossborders.org/)