Dr John   Doan
Conjoint Lecturer

Dr John Doan

B.Sc. (Hons) Sydney 2006, Ph.D Sydney 2011, Certified Radiopharmaceutical Science Specialist.

Science
Sch of Chemistry

John is a Radiopharmaceutical Science Specialist and has expertise in the design, synthesis and characterisation of radiotracers for applications in human health. John completed his Ph.D. in 2011 at the University of Sydney in the field of Radiopharmaceutical Sciences as continued as a Post Doctoral Research at the University of Sydney from 2011-2013. Between 2013-2019 he then worked in industry at Royal Prince Alfred Hospital, Alliance Medical Radiopharmacy in the U.K., and King's College London as a Radiochemist. Since 2019, John holds a cross appointment between the Prince of Wales Hospital and the Biological Resource Imaging Laboratory (BRIL), at UNSW as a Radiochemist. He is also a National Imaging Facility Radiochemistry Fellow and is a Conjoint Lecturer through the School of Chemistry. John is also a member of UNSW's Radiation Safety Committee. John has a passion to develop radiotracers and radiopharmaceuticals to solve problems in health and industrial applications.

Biological Resource Imaging Laboratory (BRIL): https://www.analytical.unsw.edu.au/facilities/bril

National Imaging Facility: https://anif.org.au/

School of Chemistry: https://www.chemistry.unsw.edu.au/

Bachelor of Science (Honours Class 1), The University of Sydney, 2003-2006.Ph.D. in Chemistry , The University of Sydney, 2007-2011. Postdoctoral researcher, University of Sydney 2011-2013. Senior Hospital Scientist, Royal Prince Alfred Hospital, 2013-2015. Senior Radiochemist, Alliance Medical Radiopharmacy, United Kingdom, 2015-2016. PET Radiochemist, King's College London, United Kingdom, 2016-2019. Principal Hospital Scientist, Prince of Wales Hospital, 2019-current. National Imaging Facility Fellow, UNSW, Biological Resources Imaging Laboratory, 2020-current. Conjoint Senior Lecturer, UNSW, School of Chemistry, 2020-current.

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+61 460 027 550
Location
The University of New South Wales Lowy Cancer Research Centre Kensington 2052 Australia Nuclear Medicine & PET/CT Department Prince of Wales Hospital Level 2 Campus Centre, Prince of Wales Hospital, High Street, Randwick NSW 2031

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