Medical Radiation Sciences

Amanda Chandler

Bach MRS, P/G Dip Medical Ultrasound

Lecturer in Medical Imaging and Ultrasound
Port Macquarie
Building 801 Room 3011

Amanda is an ASAR accredited sonographer and a radiographer.  Amanda graduated from the University of Newcastle in 1998 with a Bach Medical Radiation Science (Radiography) and commenced training in ultrasound shortly thereafter, receiving her PG Dip in Medical Ultrasound in 2002 from Charles Sturt University.  Amanda's clinical career took a more teaching based focus from 2004 with a clinical educator role, training student sonographers.

Amanda commenced working at Charles Sturt University as a casual/sessional staff member in January 2013 which led to a more permanent role in May of 2018 as Lecturer in Medical Ultrasound. She is based at the Port Macquarie campus. Amanda loves teaching ultrasound to the undergraduate Medical Radiation Science students and inspiring the next generation of sonographers.

Current Teaching

  • Cross-sectional imaging anatomy
  • All things Ultrasound

Current projects

  • Australian competency standards for Sonographers
  • Artificial Intelligence use in Medical Imaging
  • Member of the Australian Society of Medical Imaging and Radiation Therapy (ASMIRT)
  • Member of the Australasian Sonographers Association (ASA)
  • Member of the ASA Mid North Coast sub-branch Committee

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