Dr Simon McRae
|Royal Adelaide Hospital (RAH)|
|Practice Responsibilities:||Haemostasis and thrombosis|
Having undergraduate and physician training in Hobart, Tasmania, Dr McRae completed haematology training in the UK and Newcastle. After gaining college entry, he then undertook a four-year fellowship at McMaster University in Ontario Canada, in the field of venous thromboembolism.
Dr McRae coordinates a clinical trial program in the area of venous thrombosis at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital, and is also involved in helping run the Haemophilia Treatment Centre based at the Royal Adelaide Hospital.
His particular research interests include the use of laboratory tests to predict clinical outcome in patients with venous thrombosis, new anticoagulants, and evidence-based management of patients with and at risk of venous thrombosis.