Assoc Prof Craig Hacking is a Consultant Radiologist at the Princess Alexandra Hospital with a special interest in trauma and emergency radiology and radiology education.  Craig graduated from medicine from the University of Queensland in 2005 and undertook radiology training at the Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital. His last year of training was a fellowship in general MRI and cardiac CTA at Nambour General Hospital and he was awarded the FRANZCR in early 2013.

Craig is well known for his contributions to including the online Radiopaedia courses on medical imaging anatomy and imaging in trauma and emergency medicine. He is currently a contributing editor of and was previously a managing editor and the anatomy section editor. Craig has a background in teaching and examining anatomy to undergraduates, medical students, surgeons and radiologists for over two decades. He was a founding executive committee member for the Australian and New Zealand Emergency Radiology Society (ANZERG) and until recently the Lead Anatomy Examiner and part 2 viva examiner for the RANZCR

Craig's major influence on the UQ medical program is the development of the Radiology resources website, a comprehensive collection of lectures, video tutorials, radiographic anatomy resources, and practice radiology quizzes for medical students of all levels.

Radiology resources

Researcher biography

Assoc Prof Craig Hacking's research and teaching interests areas are:

  • trauma and emergency radiology
  • spectral CT
  • radiographic anatomy
  • radiology and anatomy education