Dr Liesl Celliers

Dr Liesl Celliers


Liesl graduated with Honours from the University of Melbourne’s Medical School in 2004. She commenced her radiology training in the Western Australian Radiology Inter-hospital Training program in 2007 and obtained Fellowship in 2012. She completed a year of Advanced Training in Thoracic Imaging at Fremantle Hospital in 2011. Liesl then completed two further years of training in Nuclear Medicine and PET both in Victoria and Western Australia, including time at the University Hospital, Geelong, Royal Children’s Hospital, Melbourne Princess Margaret and Fiona Stanley Hospitals, Perth. In 2016 Liesl became the Inaugural Fellow in Translational Imaging at The Harry Perkins Institute for Medical Research and holds an appointment at the Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital Department of Nuclear Medicine.  In 2021 Liesl was the recipient of the RANZCR Bill Hare Fellowship to further her studies at the Mallinckrodt Institute of Radiology at the University of Washington.

She is a member of the AANMS, ANZSNM and RANZCR.


Nuclear Medicine, PET, Oncology

Fellowship Training

Nuclear Medicine and PET

Hospital Appointments

Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital 2018 – current
Fiona Stanley Hospital Department of Nuclear Medicine 2015 – 2017

Professional Appointments

Member, ANZSNM Scientific Advisory Panel 2020-2021
Convener, ANZSNM Annual Scientific Meeting 2021
Member, ESOI (European Society of Oncological Imaging)
Member, WA Kirkbride Melanoma Advisory Service