Professor Robert Howman-Giles
Director ANMU
Professional Experience
  • 1972: Graduated in Medicine, University of Sydney

  • 1973-1976: Trained in Paediatrics and Nuclear Medicine at the Royal Alexandra Hospital for Children and Royal Prince Alfred Hospital, Sydney

  • 1976-1978: Registrar in Nuclear Medicine & Fellow Nuclear Cardiology, The Hospital for Sick Children, Toronto, Canada.

  • 1978: Fellow of Royal Australasian College of Physicians

  • 1978: Staff Specialist Royal Alexandra Hospital for Children

  • 1979: Diploma in Diagnostic Ultrasound

  • 1980: Head, Department of Nuclear Medicine, Royal Alexandra Hospital for Children

  • 1984-current: Established Private Nuclear Medicine Practice

  • 1996: Doctor of Medicine (MD), University of Sydney for research in Paediatric Nuclear Medicine

  • 1996: Clinical Professor, Disciplines of Medical Imaging and Paediatrics & Child Health, University of Sydney

  • For the past 30 years, the major research focus has been in paediatric nuclear medicine particularly with applications in oncology, bone, hepato-biliary, renal and lymphatic diseases. Major collaboration with Prof Roger Uren in research in sentinel lymph node mapping in melanoma and breast cancer.

  • Personal performance of ultrasound including fine needle biopsy in thyroid nodules and abnormal lymph nodes in melanoma patients in private practice S206 RPAH Medical Centre.




  • Peer reviewed papers: 169

  • Text Book: 1

  • Book Chapters: 22


Invited Lecturer

  • 64 at national and international symposiums and conferences

  • Journal Reviewer: 5

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