Renee Mineo is currently undertaking a Master of Philosophy with the faculty of Veterinary Science and Medicine at the University of Melbourne. She aims to devise a normal white matter microarchitecture canine brain atlas using Magnetic Resonance Diffusion Weighted Imaging techniques.
- 2013: STeLR grant recipient and Chief Investigator of the project “Increasing student clinical competency through redesigned curricula to accompany the trauma imaging learning space“.
- 2013: Collaborating with key Industry partners in the development and upgrade of digital learning resources for use in Medical Imaging teaching and learning and as part of the awarded STeLR funding for the abovementioned project.
- 2012: Student Choice Teaching Award
- 2012: Certificate of recognition from the School of Medical Science for outstanding contribution to the School of Medical Sciences and RMIT University
- 2011: Certificate of recognition from the School of Medical Science for outstanding contribution to the School of Medical Sciences and RMIT University
- 2007: Nominated for the SEH (SET) Portfolio teaching award
- Program Coordinator, Bachelor of Applied Science (Medical Radiations)
- Medical Imaging Clinical Practice Coordinator
- Course coordinator and lecturer Medical Imaging 3 RADI1178/1162
- Course coordinator and lecturer Medical Imaging 4 RADI1177/1163
- Course coordinator and lecturer Research in Medical Radiations
- Bachelor of Applied Science (Medical Radiations), RMIT University 2003
- Magnetic Resonance Accreditation, Australian Institute of Radiography 2005
- Currently undertaking Master of Philosophy, University of Melbourne
- Current statement of Accreditation, Australian Institute of Radiography
- Current registration, Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency
- Department of Health (Victoria), Radiation Use Licence
- Member of the Australian Institute of Radiography
- 2008 – 2011: Member of the Epilepsy Research Group (Brain Imaging Group) University of Melbourne
- 2006 – 2008: Member of the Continuing Education Committee of the Australian Institute of Radiography
- Milley, K.,Mineo, R.,Danks, J. (2016). Printing human tissue samples: providing cross-disciplinary opportunities for medical students In: The STEM ecosystem: building cross-disciplinary leadership capacity in science, technology, engineering and mathematics, The Writing Bureau, Melbourne, Australia