Dalveer (MBBS (Hons), FRANZCR, FAANMS) is a dual trained Radiologist and Nuclear Medicine Specialist. Dalveer grew up in Queensland and graduated from the University of Melbourne with First Class Honours and prizes in Surgery, Medicine and Ophthalmology. He returned to Brisbane for residency and completed radiology training at the Princess Alexandra Hospital. Dalveer developed a particular interest in Molecular Imaging early on in his specialty training whilst working with expert radiologists. He subsequently completed a fellowship at the world leading Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre in Melbourne, where he gained further experience in cancer imaging using advanced PET and functional imaging techniques and non-invasive radionuclide therapy for cancer (theranostics).
Dalveer has broad research interests and holds an academic appointment as Senior Lecturer at the University of Queensland. His numerous publications and presentations in peer reviewed journals and international meetings include neuroimaging, head and neck, prostate and chest imaging topics. On a day to day basis Dalveer enjoys seeing patients and general intervention procedures.