Catherine graduated from a Bachelor's degree in mathematics and physics at the University of Queensland in 1997, and subsequently from medical school at the University of Queensland in 2001, before undertaking surgical and radiological training in the UK. She then completed a sub-specialty radiology fellowship in Vancouver, Canada, in cardiothoracic radiology.
Catherine is keenly interested in research, having published over 30 research articles, primarily in the fields of cardiac imaging and in developing statistical methodology in diagnostic testing. She has also published several book chapters on these topics. she has enjoyed a long-term collaborative relationship with Imperial College, London. She has completed Board qualifications in Radiology in both the UK and Australia.
Recently Catherine obtained the B reader qualification from the National Institute of Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) from the United States, part of the CDC network. This qualification, recognises her ability in thoracic radiology in the setting of pneumoconiosis detection
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