Aileen is a practitioner and also coordinator of the MRFF-funded Breast Tomosynthesis Research Program which aims to generate evidence on the accuracy of digital breast tomosynthesis (DBT) in some high-risk women (eg those with family history) or those with symptoms of breast cancer. Aileen is completing her Masters in Clinical Epidemiology and planning to commence her PhD in 2022 to investigate artificial intelligence (AI) errors to inform its application in breast cancer screening. Aileen has published a systematic review on supplemental imaging for breast screening. She is affiliated with School of Public Health in the Faculty of Medicine and Health, and hopes to develop her academic career in the Daffodil Centre.