Dr Olivia Chin

Dr Olivia Chin
MBBS (Hons), FRANZCR

Overview

Olivia graduated from the University of Western Australia’s medical school in 2011. She commenced her radiology training in 2014 through the WA Radiology Training Scheme, completing this and gaining her RANZCR membership in February 2019.

Olivia moved to Canada and completed a two year Diagnostic Neuroradiology fellowship at the University of Toronto from 2019 to 2021. She returned to Perth and commenced working at Perth Radiological Clinic in July 2021.

Specialty

Diagnostic Neuroradiology and ENT

Fellowship Training

Diagnostic Neuroradiology, University of Toronto, Canada from July 2019-June 2021.

Recent Publications

Chin O, Alshafai L, O’Sullivan B, Su J, Hope A, Bartlett E et al. Inter-rater concordance and operating definitions of radiologic nodal feature assessment in human papillomavirus-positive oropharyngeal carcinoma. Oral Oncology 2022;125:105716.

Chin O, Yu E, O’Sullivan B, Su J, Tellier A, Siu L et al. Prognostic importance of radiologic extranodal extension in nasopharyngeal carcinoma treated in a Canadian cohort. Radiation and Oncology 2021; 165:94-102.

Chin O, Dharsono F, Kuthubutheen J, Thompson A. Is CT necessary for imaging paediatric congenital sensorineural hearing loss? Cochlear Implants International 2020;21(2):75-82.

Assessing the Accuracy of Ultrasound for Axillary Nodal Status
ARRS 2017 Annual Meeting, New Orleans, USA – electronic poster

Assessing the Accuracy of Ultrasound for Axillary Nodal Status, RANZCR ASM 2016, Gold Coast (static poster), online version available at 10.1594/ranzcr2016/R-0007

Teow J, Chin O, Hanikeri M, Wood BA. Primary dermal Melanoma: A Western Australian Cohort. ANZ J Surg 2015(9):664-667

Chin O, Cash RFH, Thickbroom GW. Electromyographic bursting following the cortical silent period induced by transcranial magnetic stimulation. Brain Research, Volume 1446, 29 March 2012, Pages 40-45.

Recent Presentations to conferences/courses

The Incidental Orbital finding, RANZCR WA 2022 Branch Annual Scientific Meeting 19-20 February 2021.