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Dr Barnes has joined Clinical Labs in the newly created role of National Director of Haematology and will provide strategic direction nationally for haematology at Clinical Labs. Dr Barnes is a clinical and laboratory trained haematologist who has been part of Melbourne Haematology and has worked with Clinical Labs (and previously Healthscope) for several years. Dr Barnes works at the Royal Children’s Hospital and is director of the Haemophilia Treatment Centre. He has experience in both management and leadership positions. Dr Barnes has an active clinical research interest and is also director of Melbourne Haematology (Clinical) and Melbourne Paediatric Specialists.
Dr Bhattacharyya graduated from the University of New South Wales with honours in Bachelor of Surgery/Bachelor of Medicine and Medical Science. Her training was undertaken at Westmead and Nepean hospital where she has completed basic physician training, successfully undertaking both written and clinical exams. This was followed by another 5 years of advanced Haematology training, graduating as a fellow of both the Royal College of Physicians and Royal College of Pathologists. Dr Bhattacharyya is currently undertaking a doctorate in philosophy based on the B-cell receptor of Lymphomas/Leukemias affiliated with Sydney University and Nepean Hospital. Dr Bhattacharyya’s clinical interests lie in general haematology and specifically management of lymphomas, whilst being committed to ongoing research and teaching.
Camile is a dual AHPRA registered specialist in Oral Medicine and Oral Pathology with sub-specialty training in Oral Oncology. He is a Consultant in Oral Medicine at Perth Oral Medicine & Dental Sleep Centre and Fiona Stanley Hospital, and Consultant Oral Pathologist with Australian Clinical Labs and Qscan Radiology Clinics. Camile obtained his undergraduate dental degree from the University of Western Australia, followed by a PhD in Oral Pathology & Immunology and specialist training in both Oral Medicine and Oral Pathology at the University of Queensland. He gained further experience in oral diagnostic sciences at the Eastman Dental Institute, University College London, UK. Camile is a Fellow of the Royal Australasian College of Dental Surgeons (Oral Medicine), the Oral Medicine Academy of Australasia, the International Academy of Oral Oncology, the International College of Dentists, the Pierre Fauchard Academy, the Australasian College of Health Service Management, and the Australian Institute of Management. He is a Member of the International Association of Oral & Maxillofacial Pathologists, the Australia & New Zealand Head and Neck Cancer Society, and the Australian Institute of Company Directors. Camile is a clinical pathologist with 23 years’ experience in oral medicine and oral pathology with particular interest in oral mucosal pathology, salivary gland pathology and bone pathology, and a focus on oral oncological research and precision medicine. He has published upwards of 175 scientific papers and book chapters, and is senior editor and author of a 3-volume authoritative textbook entitled “Contemporary Oral Medicine” comprising 45 illustrated chapters and more than 2,500 pages of information on oral and maxillofacial diseases and disorders. He is also Associate Editor for the “Journal of Oral Pathology & Medicine” and “Oral Cancer”, and a Reviewing Editor for “Oral Diseases”. Until recently he served as Dean & Head of Dentistry, Professor of Oral Oncology, and Director of the Oral Health Centre of WA at the University of Western Australia.
Associate Professor Mirette Saad is a Consultant Chemical Pathologist and the National Clinical Director of Molecular Genetic Pathology at Australian Clinical Labs. At Clinical Labs, A/Prof Mirette Saad leads the Molecular Genetic testing for Non-Invasive Prenatal Testing (NIPT), genetic carrier screening, personalised drug therapy and cancer. She is a Chair of the RCPA Chemical Pathology Advisory Committee, Member of the RCPA Genetic Advisory Committee and a Chair of the Precision Medicine Services at Australian Clinical Labs.
Dr Travis Brown obtained his MBBS from the Australian National University (ANU) in Canberra. After completing two years as a junior doctor at St Vincent Hospital in Melbourne, he undertook Anatomical Pathology training at Ballarat Base Hospital and the Royal Melbourne Hospital before transferring to General Pathology Specialty training with Healthscope Pathology (now Australian Clinical Labs) in Clayton, Melbourne. Before studying medicine, Travis completed Bachelor of Commerce/Bachelor of Computing degrees at the University of Ballarat and worked for two years in the Global Risk Management Services (Information Technology) department with PricewaterhouseCoopers in Melbourne. He also completed a Bachelor of Science (Medical Sciences) at La Trobe University in Melbourne before entering graduate entry medicine at Canberra. Dr Brown completed General Pathology Specialty training in November 2016 and is currently working in Wayville, Adelaide with Australian Clinical Labs. He enjoys the diversity that general pathology provides working in biochemistry, microbiology, haematology and anatomical pathology. Dr Brown also has a special interest in Information Technology and Pathology Informatics.
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by Associate Professor Mirette Saad