IBAS Associates are clinicians who are either involved with research/education within their clinical role or are interested in doing so in the future.

Dr Adnan AnsarIBAS Associate
Dr Naomi AtkinsRespiratory and Sleep Consultant
Dr Hayley BarnesRespiratory and Sleep Medicine Registrar
Danny BrazzaleSenior Scientist,Respiratory Laboratory (Austin Health)
Dr Matthew CampbellHead of Ear, Nose, Throat, Neck & Head Surgery (Austin Health)
Dr Ksenia ChamulaHonorary Clinical Research Fellow
Caroline ChaoPhysiotherapist VRSS and TRAMS
Thomas ChurchwardSenior Scientist, Sleep Laboratory (Austin Health)
Simon ContiClinical Nurse Consultant, VRSS
Chelsea CorneliusBiomedical Engineer
Mark CzeislerHonorary Research Fellow
Dr Bassem DawoodRespiratory and Sleep Medicine Registrar
Ann DistefanoHIP Intake & Fast track Care Manager (PAC) Respiratory Nurse
Dr Leona Dowman (nee Knapman)PhD Candidate
Anne DuncanOutreach Coordinator
Gavin FaheyRespiratory Clinical
Dr Chuan FooClinician
Dr Andrew GikasDentist
Russell GilmourClinical Nurse Consultant
Dr Amanda GriffithsPaediatric Respiratory & Sleep Physician
Garun HamiltonAssociate
Dr Amie HayleyPostdoctoral Research Fellow
Melanie HolmesOccupational Therapist, Victorian Respiratory Support Services
Rodney HoneSleep Scientist
Dr Murad IbrahimIBAS Associate
Dr Vishnu JeganathanRespiratory and Sleep Medicine Registrar
Dr Yet Hong KhorIBAS Associate
Dr Joy LeeConsultant Allergy and Respiratory Physician
Dr Tracy LeongRespiratory & Sleep Consultant
Jasun LiIBAS Associate
Pam LiakakosRespiratory Scientist
Dr Liang Wooi (Melvin) LimPast DRSM Registrar (2012)
Dr Steven LindstromAdvanced Trainee in Respiratory, Sleep and Intensive Care Medicine
Dr Ling LuoHonorary Research Fellow
Dr Raymond MariasoosaiRespiratory and Sleep Medicine Registrar
Kate MeyerPsychologist
Chris Michael-LovattProject Staff
Joshua MilesSleep Scientist
Suzana MiseskiSleep Scientist
Dr Rosemary MooreIBAS Associate
Dr Alexandra MurphyIBAS Associate
Dr Sanjeevan MuruganandanDRSM Registrar
Mohamed NazeemSleep Lab Scientist
Dr Yvonne NgRespiratory and Sleep Medicine Registrar
Jessica PattiSleep Scientist
Dr Jennifer PerretPost Doctoral Fellow
Linda RautelaPhysiotherapist, Victorian Respiratory Support Service
Dr Anna RidgersRespiratory and Sleep Medicine Registrar
Adam RosselySleep Scientist
Dr Warren RuehlandScientist
Dr Joy ShaRespiratory and Sleep Medicine Physician
Vahid SharifiIBAS Associate
Kyle SmartTechnical Support Specialist
Emma SorensenSleep Scientist
Bronwyn StevensSleep Scientist (Clinical and Research)
Wendy StevensonClinical Nurse Consultant, Allergy Services
Yingli SuMs Yingli Su
Duncan SweeneyIBAS Associate
Dr Jibin ThomasRespiratory and Sleep Consultant
Pavlina TomanSleep Scientist
Bilyana TrenevskaSleep Scientist
Nicole Uys (Salter)Sleep Scientist
Dr Peter WallbridgeIBAS Associate
Dr James WardRespiratory and Sleep Consultant
Danielle WilsonResearch Assistant
Dr Raymond (Wai Mun) WongHouse Medical Officer (HMO)
Raelene XerriNurse Unit Manager (Ward 5 West)


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