Dr Nat Lenzo graduated from UWA in 1990 and completed his physicians training in 2000. In 1999/2000 Nat completed a fellowship in nuclear medicine, including PET/CT imaging, at the University of Michigan under the supervision of Dr David E Kuhl. On returning to Perth in 2001 Nat was head of department in Nuclear Medicine at Royal Perth Hospital. In 2002 he took over as coordinator of the PET Centre at Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital, WA’s first PET service. He helped to establish the first and only cyclotron in Perth, at SCGH in 2003. Nat is currently practicing in General and Nuclear Medicine at Fiona Stanley Hospital, in General Medicine at St John of God Murdoch and in Molecular Imaging at Hollywood Private Hospital at Oceanic Molecular Pty Ltd (a subsidiary of Perth Radiological Clinic). He is also currently involved in molecular imaging research through the University of WA where he also holds the position of Clinical Associate Professor in Medicine. He is also the Clinical Team Leader (Imaging) for the McCusker Foundation in Alzheimer’s Disease Research and he has been involved in the concept, development and set up cyclotron facilities in Perth and Jakarta and PET facilities in Perth, Jakarta and Bunbury.
Specialist Medical Service provision, Medical Facility Development, Molecular Imaging and Radionuclide Therapy.
Fellowship in nuclear medicine, including PET/CT imaging, University of Michigan under the supervision of Dr David E Kuhl – 1999/2000
Hospital Appointments (past & present)
General & Nuclear Physician Fiona Stanley Hospital (current) Nuclear Medicine, Head of WA PET Cyclotron Service, SCGH Nuclear Medicine Royal Perth Hospital Director, Acute Medical Unit, Fremantle Hospital Head of General Medicine, Fremantle Hospital