Dr Phillip Law (MBBS, BSc(Med)Hons, FRANZCR, FAANMS) obtained his medical degree at the University of New South Wales in 2002, followed by internship and residency at Westmead Hospital in Sydney, Australia.
Phillip completed his training in Clinical Radiology at the Princess Alexandra Hospital, with a year of postgraduate fellowship in Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) focused on Body Imaging. He is also a Level A credentialed specialist in CT coronary angiography.
Phillip completed further specialist training in Nuclear Medicine and Positron Emission Tomography (PET) at the Princess Alexandra Hospital (2010) and Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital (2011), prior to joining the medical staff of the Princess Alexandra Hospital Radiology Department. In 2014 Phillip was a key member of the team that established the first clinical PET/MRI service in Australia located at the Princess Alexandra Hospital. He also pioneered the use of 18F-radiolabelled PSMA PET/CT and PET/MRI in Australia, 18F-florbetaben for the detection of cardiac amyloidosis, and 68Ga-DOTATATE imaging of neuroendocrine tumours and meningiomas using PET/MRI.
Phillip has authored numerous peer-reviewed papers in major clinical and medical imaging journals, several textbook chapters, and presented at many conferences in Australia and internationally. He is also actively involved in teaching medical students, allied health professionals, radiology and nuclear medicine trainees and other medical specialists. He holds the title of Senior Lecturer at the University of Queensland. Phillip is a Chest and Abdominal Radiology examiner for the RANZCR Part II examinations, and an examiner for the Nuclear Medicine Advanced Training program. He is on the panel of local multidisciplinary teams in melanoma/sarcoma, prostate cancer and lymphoma.
Phillip has been a Radiologist at Qscan since 2010.