Dr Roger Lee, B Med (Hons) completed his undergraduate training at Newcastle University in 1993. He then worked at St Vincent’s Hospital, Sydney as an intern, resident and registrar from 1993 until 1996. Advanced training in gastroenterology was undertaken from 1997 to 1999 at The Canberra Hospital and then John Hunter Hospital, Newcastle.
Dr Mike Corbett, MBChB (Otago) FRACP is a gastroenterologist and therapeutic colonoscopist. He completed his undergraduate training at the University of Otago, New Zealand in 1990. He then undertook his advanced training in internal medicine in Wellington Hospital before subspecialist training in gastroenterology and hepatology in Dunedin, Auckland (NZ liver transplant unit) and Canberra Hospitals. This culminated in attaining his Fellowship of the Royal Australasian College of Physician in 2001. He became a member of the American Gastroenterology Association in 2006.
Jonathan Bromley MBChB(uk) FRACP was born in Yorkshire and underwent his medical training at the University of Bristol in the West of England, graduating in 1998. Following a period of work in the south west of England, including the Gastroenterology unit at the Bristol Royal Infirmary he moved to Canberra where he completed his postgraduate training in internal medicine, subspecialising in gastroenterology. He was awarded his fellowship from the Royal College of Physicians in 2007.
Dr Kavitha Subramaniam has a special interest in the management of inflammatory bowel disease (ulcerative colitis and Crohn’s disease) and has published journal articles in gastroenterology and hepatology especially in the field of inflammatory bowel disease. Her other interests include colorectal cancer screening and management of upper gastrointestinal bleeding.
Dr James Riddell, complete a Bachelor of Science (BSc) majoring in Biochemistry and Microbiology (Otago) 1988 before converting to Medicine. He graduated MBChB (Otago) 1993. Diploma in Occupational Medicine (DipOccMed) (Auckland) 2001. He subsequently moved from Wellington, NZ, to Canberra in 2003 to complete Fellowship of the Royal Australasian College of Physicians (FRACP) specialising in Gastroenterology.
Dr Andrew Thomson graduated in medicine from the University of Melbourne in 1985 and after working overseas for a number of years, he returned to Australia to train in gastroenterology, completing his advanced training at The Princess Alexandra Hospital in Brisbane.
Dr Musa Drini (MBBS, MD, FRACP) graduated from Medical School University of Adelaide in 2000, and trained in Gastroenterology and Hepatology at Royal Melbourne Hospital and The Canberra Hospital. He was admitted to Fellowship of the Royal Australasian College of Physicians in 2010. High research degree (MD) was completed in 2011 from Melbourne University working on the new pathway to colorectal cancer"Serrated neoplasia pathway".
His interests are in endoscopy ( gastroscopy, colonoscopy), applying and practicing evidence-based medicine in gastroenterology and hepatology. His main research focus remains colorectal cancer screening, and familial bowel cancer syndromes. He is also actively involved in undergraduate and postgraduate teaching with ANU Medical school.