David graduated from the University of Witwatersrand, Johannesburg in 1983 and completed his radiological training in South Africa in 1990. After one year as Consultant Radiologist in Whangarei, New Zealand, David moved to Melbourne where he worked as Consultant Radiologist at The Austin & Repatriation Medical Centre from 1993 to 1998. In 1999, he completed a MRI fellowship at Duke University, North Carolina, USA before relocating to Western Australia to begin private radiological practice. In 2006, he joined Perth Radiological Clinic and is currently Co-Lead Radiologist in Charge at Perth Radiological Clinic’s Mount Hospital branch where he has a special interest in interventional radiology specifically in oncology.
Neuroimaging, oncological imaging and interventional radiology
MRI Fellowship at Duke University, USA (1999)
Professional Appointments and Memberships
IRSA (Interventional Radiology Society of Australasia)
Clinical care and technical recommendations for 90yttrium microsphere treatment of liver cancer: Wang S-C, Bester L, Burnes JP, Clouston JE, Hugh TJ, Little AF, Padbury RTA, Price D. June 2010 JMIRO 54(3): 229-235
Treatment of fluorouracil-refractory patients with liver metastases from colorectal cancer by using90yttrium resin microspheres plus concomitant systemic Irinotecan chemotherapy: van Hazel GA, Pavlakis N, Goldstein D, Olver IN, Tapner MJ, Price D, Bower GD, Briggs GM, Rossleigh MA,Taylor DJ, George J. Sept 2009: JCO; 27 4089-4095