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Simon graduated from Monash University in 1997 and worked as a hospital medical officer for Southern Health until 2001. Simon has been senior lecturer with Monash University Faculty of Medicine, Nursing and Health Sciences since 2000 and Associate Investigator with Monash University Centre for Synchrotron Science since 2009. He has worked as an anatomical pathologist at The Royal Women's Hospital and Southern Health from 2008 to 2013.
Simon joined Australian Clinical Labs (then Healthscope Pathology) in 2010 and further developed his interests in Gynaecological and Breast pathology, Infertility, Urology and Cytology. Simon completed his Diploma of Management in 2011.
From 2011 to 2013 Simon was Coordinator of the Royal College of Pathologists of Australasia (RCPA) Victorian Anatomical Training Program and between 2013 and 2018 was RCPA Victorian State Councillor and in 2012 he received the RCPA Outstanding Teacher Award. Simon was a member of the Clinical Advisory Committee for the Commonwealth Department of Health’s Digital Health Agency. In 2018 he became Clinical Director of Anatomical Pathology for Victoria and South Australia for Clinical Labs, focussing on business development and marketing. He is also a Medical Testing Assessor for NATA and is a member of the Anatomical Pathology Advisory Committee and examiner for the Royal College of Pathologists of Australasia.
Dr Deam graduated with Honours in Medicine from Monash University in 1978 and obtained his FRCPA in 1985 following postgraduate training in Biochemistry at the Royal Melbourne Hospital. After several posts in Chemical Pathology at the Royal Melbourne Hospital and the Royal Women's Hospital, he was appointed Head of Chemical Pathology at the Royal Melbourne in 1996. He joined Gribbles Pathology (now Australian Clinical Labs) in 1998.
Dr Deam has played an active role in teaching scientific, nursing and medical staff at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels and has been an examiner for the Australasian Association of Clinical Biochemists as well as the Royal College of Pathologists of Australasia.
Dr Deam’s research interests and publications include work on thyroid function testing, various aspects of diagnostic protein measurement and the rational use of biochemical tests. His special interests include testing of endocrine function; protein abnormalities; as well as laboratory automation and application of computing to pathology services.
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.
Associate Professor Chris Barnes is the National Director of Haematology and provides strategic direction nationally for haematology at Clinical Labs. He 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.
A/Prof Barnes also works at the Royal Children’s Hospital and is director of the Haemophilia Treatment Centre. He has experience in both management and leadership positions. A/Prof Barnes has an active clinical research interest and is also director of Melbourne Haematology (Clinical) and Melbourne Paediatric Specialists.
Dr Bulliard graduated from the University of New South Wales in 1998. In 2003 Dr Bulliard began specialist training in Anatomical Pathology while based at Westmead Hospital.
In 2008 he obtained his Fellowship from the Royal College of Pathologists of Australasia and later joined Australian Clinical Labs (formerly Healthscope Pathology) as an Anatomical Pathologist participating in all aspects of histopathology and cytology. Dr Bulliard is also committed to the registrar training program at Australian Clinical Labs.
Due to an increase in demand for asymptomatic testing across Australia, Clinical Labs is pleased to offer tailored packages for organisations seeking to test their staff for COVID-19.
During the COVID-19 pandemic, temporary changes to the recommended process of diagnostic testing for GDM during pregnancy and for postnatal testing in women who have had GDM may be required. Local health care institutions should make the decision about the appropriate GDM testing protocol for their local population based on demographic factors and local public health data regarding the risk of COVID-19 exposure.
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