Senior Team

Cyclowest personnel consists of a highly experienced team brought together with key strategic partners and external consultants.

Thomas Tuchyna
DipAppSc, BSc, MSc, MBA, MACPSEM, FACHSM

General Manager

Thomas trained as a radiation therapist and a medical physicist in Australia and worked in various areas of health in the public and private sector for over 20 years. He was involved in setting up the West Australian government cyclotron, working at the facility for 8 years, initially as the principal physicist, subsequently administered all of the centre’s activities. Thomas was involved in the establishment of a cyclotron / radiopharmaceutical facility and a linear accelerator centre in Jakarta for the Mochtar Riady Comprehensive Cancer Centre. Thomas later directed the establishment of a Comprehensive Cancer Centre in Western Australia.

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Adeesh Autar
BEng (Hons), DipMBA

Engineer

Adeesh holds a double degree in Biomedical and Industrial Computer Systems engineering. Working as a biomedical engineer led Adeesh to oversee the setup of medical equipment in several areas including cardiothoracic operating theatres and the Emergency department, in one of the largest private hospitals in Western Australia. Adeesh joins Cyclowest as an engineer to manage the specialist equipment and the overall facility infrastructure.

Board of Directors – Cyclowest Holdings Pty Ltd

Dr Nat Lenzo
MBBS FRACP GAICD

Nat holds both undergraduate and master’s degrees in medicine, oncology, health service management and business administration. He has served on boards in private companies, not-for profit organisations, and the Royal College of Physicians. From 2001 – 2006, he was inaugural head of the Western Australian PET/cyclotron service. Currently, Nat is clinical professor in medicine at Notre Dame Australia and Curtin Universities in Perth, and a consultant nuclear medicine physician at Fiona Stanley Hospital. He is co-author on over 50 research papers, many on molecular imaging and therapy. In 2015, Nat founded Theranostics Australia, now fully owned by GenesisCare, where he remains in the position of Group Clinical Director in Theranostics.

Dr Dalveer Singh
MBBS (Hons 1), FRANZCR, FAANMS

Dalveer is a dual trained radiologist and nuclear medicine specialist. He completed clinical training and research experience at the Princess Alexandra Hospital. He subsequently completed a fellowship at the Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre in Melbourne subspecialising in advanced molecular imaging and radionuclide therapy. Dalveer is a Senior Lecturer at the University of Queensland and the author of multiple peer reviewed publications across various imaging topics.

Dr Sanjay Sharma
MBBS, FRACS

Dr Sharma is an Associate Adjunct Clinical Professor at Curtin University medical school, and an experienced surgeon specialising in cardiac and thoracic surgery. He is also a cardiothoracic Fellow at Harvard Medical School. He served as Head of Department of Cardiothoracic Surgery at Fremantle Hospital from 2011-2015, and established the thoracic surgical programmes at St John of God Hospital Murdoch (2012) and Joondalup Health Campus (2015). Dr Sharma is also a Senior Instructor with the Royal College of Surgeons.

Dr Sanjay Mukhedkar
MD, FRACP

Sanjay is a medical oncologist at St John of God Hospital, Murdoch and at ICON Cancer Centre in Western Australia.  Since 2015 he has dedicated himself to fulltime private medical oncology practice. Sanjay established Oncology West, which has now grown to become the largest private medical oncology practice in WA. He has a special interest in the treatment of lung cancer and cancers of the urinary and gastrointestinal tract.

Julie Crouch
ANMT, MBA, Dip PM, GAICD

After initial training as a nuclear medicine scientist in the UK, Julie moved to Australia to manage nuclear medicine departments and set up the inaugural Western Australian state government PET and cyclotron facility. She has extensive experience within the healthcare industry across the public and private sector, and has held a range of board positions, including vice-president of the Australian & New Zealand Society of Nuclear Medicine.

Angela Whittington

Angela Whittington’s background includes qualifications from the University of Western Australia in accounting and marketing/management, and a working career including resources marketing with Rio Tinto and then 15 years in the health sector.  Angela has been recognised for her achievements and in 2002 was a winner of the Business News WA 40-Under-40 Award and in the same year was also awarded the Western Australia Rural Woman of the Year. In 2007 she was a second time recipient of the 40-Under-40 award and the following year (2008) was the winner of the WA Telstra Business Women’s Hudson Private and Corporate Sector Award. She has held a range of board positions, including being a founding director of MelanomaWA. Angela was CEO of Global Diagnostics (now Apex Radiology) for 10 years and is now General Manager of Perth Urology Clinic, WA’s pre-eminent provider of urological cancer treatments in WA.