• About
  • Qualifications

Jem is a consultant rheumatologist with a special interest in Giant Cell Arteritis. His research involves investigating disease mechanisms and the development of diagnostic pathways for patients with suspected Giant Cell Arteritis. He hopes to improve the diagnostic certainty in patients with Giant Cell Arteritis by combining imaging with biomarkers, thereby minimising overexposure to glucocorticoids.

PhD commenced: 2017

Supervisors: A/Prof Catherine Hill, A/Prof Julian McNeil and Dr Dylan Bartholomeusz

Thesis title: Giant Cell Arteritis – Understanding Mechanisms of Disease, Improving the Diagnostic Certainty, and Optimising Management through Fast Track Clinics



Australian Rheumatology Association Travel Grant 2009

Modbury Hospital Foundation Research grant

Professional Associations

Australian Rheumatology Association

American College of Physicians