Professor Stephen Stuckey is a medical graduate and radiology specialty training graduate of the University of Melbourne and the St.Vincents Hospital Melbourne Medical School. Professor Stuckey underwent further sub-specialty training in nuclear medicine at The Alfred, Peter MacCallum Cancer Institute and Repatriation General Hospital in Melbourne.
Appointment as Director of MRI at The Alfred from 1996-2004 and Chair of Medical Imaging Princess Alexandra Hospital Brisbane 2004-07 followed. Professor Stuckey joined Monash Health as the Professor/Director of Medical Imaging in 2007 and over 13 years lead its transformation to Victoria’s largest public healthcare imaging service. The concurrent academic success of this transformation led to 5 imaging university professorial appointments.
In 2021 Professor Stuckey was appointed the Director of Cancer Imaging at the Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre. Professor Stuckey’s training includes time spent in the USA and at The National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery in London. A previous Victorian branch RANZCR Chair for over a decade, an Accreditation Officer of the RANZCR and a RANZCR examiner, Professor Stuckey has an extensive history of commitment to the quality of imaging in Australia.
Professor Stuckey has over 100 publications with a focus on MRI, neuroradiology and brain tumours.