Now Open for Student Abstract Submissions

Are you a medical imaging or radiation therapy student in Australia, New Zealand or Asia?


 Then we want YOU! Come to Adelaide on 29 March 2019 and be a part of our one-day Student Conference, organised by ASMIRT together with UniSA Medical Radiation Science Students. Come along to hear what experiences your peers are involved in, you can also submit an abstract or ePoster and share your experiences and knowledge with others. Who knows, you could even be selected to present at the conference!

Submit abstract

Student abstract submissions are open until  Tuesday 16 October 2018 12PM AWST


This is an exciting time for the future of our professions, and a chance for medical radiation students across Australia, New Zealand and Asia to get together, share interests and expand our career opportunities. After the conference day, you're also invited to our not-to-be-missed social event - so start preparing your abstracts and we hope to see you in Adelaide in 2019! 

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Invited Speakers

ASMIRT/AACRT 2019 is excited to announced these three respected speakers will be presenting at the Conference. More speakers to be announced soon!

Pictured right to left: Justin Pigg, Philippe Gerson, Dr Nick Woznitza

Justin Pigg
Lead Radiation Therapist at Texas Center for Proton Therapy, USA

Justin Pigg is originally from Nashville, Tennessee and went to Austin Peay State University in Clarksville, TN to study Radiologic Sciences. Upon completion of his radiation therapy training, he worked as staff radiation therapist at the University of Florida Proton Therapy Institute, often treating pediatric patients. In 2015 he moved to Dallas, TX to help open the Texas Center for Proton Therapy as a lead radiation therapist and is currently in Nashville, TN as therapy manager at the brand-new Provision Cares Proton Center Nashville.

Philippe Gerson
Director of Paramedical Staff, Hotel-Dieu, Paris
Vice-President, Euro-Africa ISRRT

Philippe is a radiographer and coordinator of all paramedical staff at the hospital Hotel Dieu, the oldest hospital in Europe. He has been  a  member of ISRRT for 15 years and now travels frequently to Africa working with the French Red Cross as an expert to set up Radiology Departments in Health Day Care Centres for AIDS.  Philippe also does extensive research in radiology in works of Art and was involved in the medical unit assisting after the terrorists attacks in Paris, November 2015.

Dr Nick Woznitza


ASMIRT Advanced Practitioner
Consultant Radiographer, Homerton University Hospital
Clinical Academic Senior Lecturer, Canterbury Christ Church University

Dr Nick Woznitza qualified as a radiographer from the University of South Australia in 1999 and moved to the UK in 2005. An active researcher, Nick's current projects focus on radiographer reporting and pathway redesign. He is an accredited consultant practitioner with the College of Radiographers and was the recent overall winner and practice innovator of the year at the England 2017 Chief Allied Health Professions Officer awards.

Pictured right to left: Justin Pigg, Philippe Gerson, Dr Nick Woznitza