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Dr Stanford graduated from the University of New South Wales in 2005. She completed Basic Physician Training, followed by Advanced Training in Chemical Pathology and Endocrinology. This included undertaking a year with a focus on bone disease at St Vincent’s hospital (Sydney), followed by a year of general clinical endocrine training at Prince of Wales Hospital. Dr Stanford then completed her joint training based at the Prince of Wales and Royal North Shore Hospital Laboratories. In 2019, she was awarded fellowship of both the Royal Australasian College of Physicians and The Royal College of Pathologists of Australasia. Dr Stanford then worked at Tan Tock Seng hospital laboratory in Singapore before returning to Australia to take up a Chemical Pathologist position at Australian Clinical Labs.
After graduating from the University of Melbourne in 2005, Dr Emma Goeman trained in paediatrics, infectious diseases and clinical microbiology in Melbourne, Alice Springs and Sydney. She obtained Fellowships of the RACP (Infectious Diseases, Paediatrics and Child Health Division) and RCPA (Microbiology) in 2017. Having joined the team at Australian Clinical Labs as a Clinical Microbiologist in October 2022, Dr Goeman also works as a Staff Specialist in Immunisation for the National Centre for Immunisation Research and Surveillance (NCIRS), and has an appointment as a Clinical Senior Lecturer for the University of Sydney. Previously Dr Goeman also worked as an Infectious Diseases Physician and Clinical Microbiologist at a large public tertiary hospital in Sydney.
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.
Dr Jenner began training in Chemical Pathology in 2001 and obtained Fellowship from the Colleges of Medicine of South Africa in 2004, as well as a Master’s degree in Chemical Pathology from the University of Pretoria in 2005. He has worked as a senior registrar in Clinical Biochemistry at the Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh, as a consultant clinical biochemist at the NHS Borders Hospital (Scotland), and as a consultant chemical pathologist in private practice in South Africa. In 2012, Dr Jenner relocated to Australia and worked as a senior registrar at the Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital. He obtained his Fellowship from the Royal College of Pathologists of Australasia in 2013 and joined Australian Clinical Labs in early 2014.
Dr Tony Mak is a chemical pathologist who graduated from the medical school of the Chinese University of Hong Kong. Before migrating to Australia, Tony worked as a consultant chemical pathologist at Princess Margaret Hospital – a major acute district general hospital in Hong Kong. Tony founded, developed, and operated the highest level clinical toxicology laboratory in Hong Kong. He led his team to develop numerous useful analyses to solve many difficult clinical toxicology problems with public health implications, including Chinese medicine related poisoning, plant-related poisoning, novel psychoactive substances, slimming agents and related problems, drug adulteration and counterfeit drugs. Tony held numerous management roles in Hong Kong including Head of the Department of Pathology, Service Director (Quality and Safety) and Deputy Hospital Chief Executive. He has published more than 100 articles in international peer-reviewed academic journals and a number of books. We are excited to announce Tony’s new role as Clinical Director, Chemical Pathology for Clinical Labs in WA.
Effective from 1st November 2023, the MBS requirements for prostate-specific antigen (PSA) testing have changed.
This change is thanks to Rachael and Jonathan Casella, who advocated for carrier screening to be routine and free for all prospective parents.
Clinical Labs and Barwon Health Hospital Agree on Five Year Extension of Services
Latest updates regarding Australian Clinical Labs’ takeover offer for Healius Limited.