Jason Paige’s career in vascular ultrasound spans 20 years and he is one of Australia’s most highly regarded vascular sonographers. As well as vast clinical experience, Jason has an active interest in research, studying the diagnosis of arterial and venous disease.

Jason initially obtained his Bachelor of Science in 1984 and then completed examinations in the Diploma of Medical Ultrasound (Vascular) in Australia and as a Registered Vascular Technologist in the United States. In 2004, Jason completed his PhD at RMIT University entitled The Aetiology of Varicose Veins, which identified a previously unreported pattern of varicose veins as well as establishing the prevalence of several less recognised causes of venous disease. Jason currently maintains research interests through Box Hill Hospital, the Alfred Hospital, RMIT and Monash Universities.

Jason began his career in Vascular Ultrasound in 1985. From 1989 to1997, he was the Director of the Vascular Laboratory at the Alfred Hospital, Melbourne. In 1997, he founded Vascular Imaging Services, a private diagnostic ultrasound service, which operates at a number of sites throughout Melbourne. Jason is currently the Director of Vascular Imaging Services.

Jason presents regularly at national and international meetings and has published a number of papers. Since 1989, he has conducted numerous training courses in Vascular Ultrasound with attendees from Australia, New Zealand, South East Asia and the Middle East.

Jason’s wealth of knowledge as well as his passion and enthusiasm for research and education are reflected in his highly regarded presentations. Since 2000, Jason has been a lecturer and tutor with the Canberra School of Sonography and the Australian School of Medical Imaging, providing comprehensive training in Vascular Ultrasound in a clinical environment.