A/PROF SZE TING LEE
Nuclear Medicine Physician
Department of Molecular Imaging and Therapy
A/Prof Lee is a Nuclear Medicine Physician at the Department of Molecular Imaging and Therapy at Austin Health, Melbourne.
She is the Deputy Director and Director of Training, the PET Lead in Lymphoma and Theranostics Trials in the department. Her clinical and research interests lie in the novel tracers and applications of Molecular Imaging and Therapy in Oncological diseases, from phase 1 antibody trials through to participating in multicentre phase 3 clinical trials in this space.
A/Prof Lee is the current President of the Australasian Association of Nuclear Medicine Specialists (AANMS), which is the representative body for education, training, advocacy and governmental relations of medical practitioners in nuclear medicine. She is the past president of the multidisciplinary Australia and New Zealand Society of Nuclear Medicine (ANZSNM), and is the first specialist who has been the President of both ANZSNM and AANMS.
A/Prof Lee chairs the AANMS Theranostics Committee and is a member of the Committee for Joint College Training (CJCT) in Nuclear Medicine, AANMS Theranostics Course and Case Library Committee, and Australasian Training Site Accreditation Committee (TSAC). She has been a past Secretary-General of the WFNMB (2014-2018). She was recently nominated at the Lead for establishing the Minimum Training Standards in Theranostics for the IAEA/Lancet Oncology Commission on Theranostics.