Haematology chair: Dr Adam Bryant
Chair 2015 - 2017, Co-chair 2014 - 2015
Adam did his haematology training at St Vincent's Hospital in Sydney, having originally done his medical school at the University of Queensland. He went on to do his PhD studies under the supervision of Professor David Ma at the AMR in Darlinghurst. This was a molecular biology basic science project entitled "The Role of MicroRNAs in Acute Myeloid Leukaemia". The PhD was successfully awarded in late 2012.
While writing up his PhD he did a clinical fellowship at the Vancouver General Hospital as the Leukaemia and BMT fellow. The benefit of this role was intense clinical exposure to AML and allogeneic transplant which are done at this unit for the entire British Columbia. He has been a staff specialist at Liverpool since May 2012 which commenced an allogeneic BMT program at this time.