Our Valuable Pathologists
She is a very experienced pathologist and has worked in private and public pathology, in both large and regional laboratories. She has over 25 years experience in a broad spectrum of anatomical pathology, with extensive experience in gynaecologic pathology, breast pathology and cytopathology, being a recognised expert in these fields. Inta has presented cases at international meetings, and has also been involved in post graduate teaching.
Dr Kelly has a strong interest in the dermatological manifestations of immunological conditions and the use of targeted immunological drugs such as the novel biologic agents in the treatment of these conditions. He has particular interest in the immunobullous blistering conditions such as pemphigus with research experience at UNSW and a number of publications on the condition. Dr Kelly’s other interests include allergy, particularly drug allergy and autoimmune disease.
He currently holds position as a haematologist at St Vincent’s Hospital Sydney and Medlab Pathology. He has presented at a number of national and international haematology conferences, and has published multiple first-author articles in reputable peer-reviewed journals.
He is a conjoint lecturer at the UNSW, with responsibilities including teaching undergraduate medical students and being an examiner in clinical exams.
She had many years of experience working in tertiary teaching hospitals, Royal Prince Alfred (RPA) and Royal North Shore (RNS), and during this time she developed interests in research and clinical trials. She has also worked in haemophilia treatment centres and thalassaemia units in both Sydney and Adelaide and involved in clinical trials of both conditions. She has worked previously in NSW Mid-North Coast and Wellington in NZ as well, prior to joining Medlab Pathology in December 2017. During her professional career, has been active in teaching and participating in a variety of clinical trials.
She is fluent in English, as well as other languages or dialects including Mandarin, Cantonese and Hokkien.
After gaining his medical degree at the University of Queensland, Prof Peter George worked briefly at Christchurch Hospital, then in Melbourne in General Practice, before completing training in Pathology at Christchurch Hospital in the 1980s. His appointment in 1986 as a Consultant in Chemical Pathology was followed, in 2002, by that of Clinical Director of Canterbury Health Laboratories the largest, and best-equipped, tertiary medical laboratory in New Zealand. Peter has extensive experience in private and public pathology.
Peter’s research interests are based on the assessment of cardiovascular risk, the molecular pathology of human disease and the development and application of methods for the diagnosis of these conditions – resulting in over 300 publications in international journals. He was awarded a RCPA Founding Fellowship, Faculty of Science, Membership of the Human Genetics Society of Australasia and Fellowship of The Cardiac Society of Australia and New Zealand.
Peter consults internationally for several diagnostic companies and holds a position of Clinical Professor in Pathology (University of Otago).
He is a member of numerous international professional societies and the recipient of over 30 major research grants.