Dr Greg Cowderoy


Dr Greg CowderoyDr Greg Cowderoy trained in radiology at the Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital.

Greg has published in peer reviewed international journals and has been invited to present musculoskeletal imaging topics throughout Australia.

He has worked as a radiologist in Brisbane Private Hospital since 1992 and was director of the diagnostic imaging department for the hospital from 2005-2010. Brisbane Private Hospital provides specialist orthopaedic and sports medicine services to Brisbane. Since 2010 he has had the pleasure of practicing in a specialist musculoskeletal imaging practice, Brisbane Private Imaging, with three like-minded colleagues. He has also enjoyed working and teaching at the Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital diagnostic imaging department in recent years.

Greg is the President of the Australasian Musculoskeletal Imaging Group. He has served on the Brisbane Private Hospital Medical Advisory Committee since 2006 and the Queensland Branch Committee of the RANZCR since 2004. He is an associate member of AO Spine Australia.
Areas of special interest include musculoskeletal imaging, image guided procedures and vascular access.


Immediate Past President

Dr Sanjay Dhupelia


Dr Sanjay DhupeliaDr Sanjay Dhupelia was awarded a Bachelor of Surgery and a Bachelor of Medicine from the University of Queensland in 2002 and trained as a Radiologist at the Royal Brisbane Hospital in Queensland. He undertook a Neuroradiology imaging Fellowship at the Royal Brisbane Hospital and at Queensland X-Ray. Following this he completed a cross sectional and interventional Musculoskeletal Imaging Fellowship at St Paul’s Hospital in Vancouver, Canada. He joined Queensland X-Ray in 2011 and works in private practice in Brisbane and on the Gold Coast.

His special areas of interest include musculoskeletal and spinal intervention, dynamic imaging of the lower limb, cartilage mapping as well as popliteal artery entrapment syndrome. He is a Senior Lecturer at the University of Queensland and is actively involved in teaching.



Dr Lara Sweetman


Dr Lara SweetmanDr Lara Sweetman graduated from the School of Medicine in Trinity College Dublin in 1996, and after gaining postgraduate experience in Ireland and Queensland, completed her radiology training in Auckland. She attained fellowship of the Royal Australian and NZ College of Radiologists and was appointed a Consultant Radiologist in 2008.

Lara subsequently undertook subspecialty training in Musculoskeletal Radiology through a combined Auckland Radiology Group/ Auckland City Hospital fellowship. Areas of expertise include sports and orthopaedic imaging, with a particular interest in image guided musculoskeletal and spinal intervention. In addition to working in ARG Lara is also a Consultant Musculoskeletal Radiologist in Auckland City Hospital.



Dr Tim Dickson


Dr Tim DicksonDr Tim Dickson gained his medical degree from The University of Newcastle in 2004 and completed internship and basic training at the John Hunter Hospital, Newcastle as well as two years as an unaccredited orthopaedic registrar for the Hunter New England Health Service and two years as an accredited orthopaedic registrar on the Queensland Orthopaedic training scheme. Tim ultimately switched career paths to Radiology and relocated to Melbourne where he completed his radiology training at The Alfred Hospital in 2015 followed by an MRI, musculoskeletal imaging and intervention fellowship with Dr George Koulouris in East Melbourne.

Tim currently works in private practice in East Melbourne focusing on musculoskeletal imaging and intervention as well as holding a visiting medical officer position at the Alfred Hospital in MR imaging. Tim has presented at previous AMSIG meetings and was the co-convener for the most recent AMSIG ASM in Melbourne 2017.


Vice President

Dr Quentin Reeves


Dr Quentin ReevesDr Quentin Reeves was a founding member of AMSIG and was convenor of the meetings in Auckland in 2004 and 2015.

Quentin graduated from University of Auckland Medical School in 1983 and completed his radiology training in Auckland in 1990. He was a fellow in Musculoskeletal Radiology at University of California Los Angeles 1990-91. He worked in Sydney as a partner at Castlereagh Radiology from 1991-2000 and was also a VMO at Prince of Wales Hospital. Quentin was member of the radiology team at the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games and the 2006 Commonwealth Games. He returned to New Zealand in 2000 and currently works at Auckland City Hospital as a musculoskeletal radiologist and is the managing radiologist at Specialist Radiology and MRI, a subspecialty musculoskeletal radiology practice.

Particular areas of interest include MRI and Spinal intervention as well as musculoskeletal nuclear medicine, including SPECT CT. He has published in peer reviewed journals and lectured in New Zealand and overseas.

Quentin is a member of the RANZCR New Zealand Branch Executive and a member of the NZ RANZCR Musculoskeletal Reference Committee which liases with Orthopaedic and other specialist colleges as well as funding providers.


{Last Updated: September 2020}