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Dr Jenner completed his studies in chemistry and biochemistry in 1992 followed by a Bachelor’s degree in Medicine and Surgery (MBChB) from the Faculty of Health Sciences, University of Pretoria, South Africa in 1997. Following three years of clinical practice, he commenced training in Chemical Pathology in 2001 and obtained the Fellowship from the Colleges of Medicine of South Africa in 2004 and a Master’s degree in Chemical Pathology from the University of Pretoria in 2005.
In 2012 he relocated to Australia and worked as a senior registrar at the Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital. Dr Jenner obtained his Fellowship from the Royal College of Pathologists of Australasia in 2013 and joined Australian Clinical Labs (formerly Healthscope Pathology) in early 2014.
Dr Jenny Grew joined our team at Australian Clinical Labs as Clinical Director Anatomical Pathology for WA in 2017. A graduate of the University of Otago (MBChB, 1992) Jenny began pathology training at Christchurch Hospital (NZ), gaining RCPA Fellowship in 2001. Jenny moved from New Zealand with her family (husband Keith and son Dominic) to Queensland in 2007, taking up the role of Pathologist in charge, providing service to 6 public and private hospitals. Jenny’s areas of professional interest include breast, gastrointestinal, gynaecological and cutaneous pathology, cytology, molecular pathology and medical administration. She is a keen educator and champion of multidisciplinary patient care in private pathology.
Professor Toh has been a Senior Consultant Immunologist for Australian Clinical Labs (formerly Healthscope Pathology) since 1986, with national supervisory responsibility for Immunology. He holds a fractional Professorial appointment at the Centre for Inflammatory diseases at Monash University's Department of Medicine where he heads the Autoimmunity Research Laboratory. He is also an Honorary Professor at Monash Immunology and Stem Cell Laboratories and a Professorial Fellow at the Baker Heart Research Institute. Prof. Toh graduated with a MBBS (1965) from the University of Singapore.
His research interests are on autoimmunity: they are directed towards the application of autoantibodies as diagnostic markers for autoimmune diseases and as probes for molecular cell biology, and for the molecular, cellular and immunological basis of autoimmunity.
Dr Henry graduated from the Adelaide University Medical School in 1976 and worked as a general practitioner and surgical trainee before undertaking most of his pathology training at the Flinders Medical Centre and obtaining his FRCPA in 1986. He spent five years as the solo Pathologist in Mount Gambier before joining Gribbles Pathology (now Australian Clinical Labs) in July 1993. Dr Henry has extensive expertise in diagnostic histopathology and cytopathology and has also been involved in a wide range of general hospital pathology and forensic pathology.
He has special interests in fine needle aspirations and orthopaedic pathology. Dr Henry has also worked as locum pathologist in many laboratories around Australia and for extended periods in The Republic of Ireland.
New Australian partnership forms to bring world’s first non-invasive melanoma test to market
by Associate Professor Mirette Saad
Written by Dr Jenny Grew
Clinical Labs is delighted to announce it will relocate its main laboratory operations into the State’s most technologically advanced laboratory in early 2019.