Associate Professor Tina Noutsos

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20092021

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Dr Tina Noutsos is an Associate Professor of Rural and Remote Health for Flinders NT, within the College of Medicine and Public Health. She has a strong background in medical education and educational leadership, and was the Northern Territory Medical Program Course Director (2015-2020) and Director of the Doctor of Medicine for Flinders University from 2017-2020. 

Tina is a clinical and laboratory Consultant Haematologist with dual FRACP and FRCPA fellowships conferred in early 2010. She has a well-demonstrated long term commitment to providing a quality clinical and laboratory haematology service to the Northern Territory.

Tina's research interests include the aetiology, clinical and laboratory features, and effectiveness of interventions for thrombotic microangiopathy in snakebite evenoming. Her other research interests include thrombotic microangiopathies, the epidemiology of haematology disorders in Indigenous Australians, and rural and remote haematology practice. 

Tina is the NT member for the Serious Transfusion Incident Reporting expert group (Blood Matters, Victoria), an NT investigator on a number of phase 3 clinical trials in malignant haematology, and national haematology prospective registries in thrombotic microangiopathies, myeloma and neonatal alloimmune thrombocytopenia. 

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Specialist Haematologist, Department of Health, NT

31 Mar 2010 → …

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