Associate Professor Elizabeth Clingan

Elizabeth Clingan is a Nuclear Medicine Physician (RACP) working in the Illawarra Shoalhaven Local health District (ISLHD).  She has an interest in CTCA and is the lead for Melanoma, Head & Neck and Thyroid for ISLHD.  Elizabeth is also a keen advocate of the learning and training environment for medical students and trainees.  She has active roles at the University of Wollongong, where she is an Associate Dean, as the Chair of the Committee for Joint College Training (CJCT) in Nuclear Medicine, as a Senior National Examination Panel member for the Basic Physician Training Clinical Examination and as the NSW State Coordinator of the RACP Adult Medicine Divisional Clinical Examination.

In addition to these roles, she is also an Associate Fellow of RACMA and has experience in governance as an ASMOF NSW State Councillor, as the Nuclear Medicine Representative on the RACP College Council and in the Federal ASMOF Women’s Working Group.  She seeks election to the AANMS to continue this advocacy and to represent her areas of interest. .