Dr Charlene Liew is the Director of Cardiothoracic imaging at Changi General Hospital (CGH) and Deputy Director of medical student education in the SingHealth RADSC ACP. In 2018, she was elected to the Vice-chair of the Singapore Radiology AI, Data Science and Imaging Informatics Section of the Singapore Radiological Society and is also an exco member of the Singapore Radiological Society.

She underwent internship and residency training in Singapore, including Changi General Hospital, Singapore General Hospital and the National Cancer Center. After being conferred the Fellowship of the Royal college of Radiologists, United Kingdom in 2012, she continued her fellowship training in cardiothoracic radiology at the Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center and the Brigham and Women’s hospital, Boston, USA and was a Harvard Medical School research fellow in 2015. She has received awards for educational presentations (ASEAN Congress of Radiology 2011, American Roentgen Ray Society, 2015), for innovation, as well as research, and was awarded Best Young Presenter at the Asian Society of Cardiovascular Imaging meeting in 2016 for ground-breaking research conducted during her HMDP into high-resolution late gadolinium enhancement MRI with machine learning techniques.

She is PI and consultant for several AI-related projects in the SingHealth cluster, in collaboration with Singaporean research and industry partners, including A*Star. Her interests include medical education, artificial intelligence, cardiothoracic imaging and design thinking

She will speaking on "Has the Future of Radiology Arrived? The Impact of AI in Breast Imaging" at BreastDay.