• About
  • Qualifications

Masters of Philosophy (Medical Science) commenced: April 2020, The University of Adelaide

Supervisors: Professor Jane Andrews, Dr Rob Bryant

Thesis title: The use of gastrointestinal ultrasound in the diagnosis and monitoring of inflammatory bowel disease

Scholarship: Gastroenterology Network of Intestinal Ultrasound (GENIUS) Fellowship Grant

Tom is a gastroenterologist and general physician undertaking a research fellowship in inflammatory bowel disease and gastrointestinal ultrasound. After completing Science and Medicine degrees at the University of Sydney, Tom moved to Newcastle, NSW, where he gained experience and qualifications in gastroenterology and general & acute care medicine whilst completing a Masters of Clinical Epidemiology. In addition to inflammatory bowel disease research Tom maintains an interest in rural and regional medicine and has a visiting position at Alice Springs Hospital. He has a family with two young daughters and is enjoying the many opportunities Adelaide has to offer.

2019: FRACP, Royal Australian College of Physicians

2018: MClinEpid, University of Newcastle

2010: MBBS (Hons), University of Sydney

2006: B.Sc., University of Sydney


Professional Associations

2020-present: member, European Crohn’s and Colitis Organisation 

2019-present: member, International Bowel Ultrasound group 

2018-present: member, Gastroenterology Network of Intestinal Ultrasound 

2015-present: member, Gastroenterological Society of Australia


Positions held

2020-present: Clinical lecturer, The University of Adelaide

2014-present: Conjoint lecturer, The University of Newcastle

2016-2019: Advanced Trainee, Gastroenterology and General & Acute Care Medicine