Dr Michael Miros

M.B., B.S (1st Class Hons.,Qld) F.R.A.C.P.

 

Dr Michael Miros graduated from The University of Queensland with First Class Honours in 1982 and did his physician training at the Princess Alexandra Hospital becoming a gastroenterologist and physician in 1990.

 

Following this, he worked overseas at The Kings Hospital, London working in the Liver Transplant Unit. Currently Dr Miros’ main research interests are Barrett’s oesophagus with the use of magnification upper endoscopy to detect early dysplasia and screening colonoscopies to prevent colorectal cancer.

 

He has been instrumental in the development of using Indigo carmine (blue dye) spraying of the colon using a specialised technique to improve the detection of colorectal polyps.Dr Miros visits at the Southside Endoscopy Centre and Brisbane Endoscopy Services in McCullough Centre.

 

He currently performs magnification upper endoscopy, colonoscopy, polypectomy and the use of chromoendoscopy and Given Enteroscopy Capsule Studies to detect small bowel pathology.

 

Dr Hugh Spalding

M.B., B.S., F.R.A.C.P., BVSc., PhD

Dr Hugh Spalding

Dr Hugh Spalding graduated from the University of Melbourne and worked at various hospitals in Southeast Queensland and in Cairns, before undertaking advanced training in gastroenterology at the Mater Adult Hospital, Princess Alexandra Hospital and Gold Coast Hospital.

 

Prior to medical training he was a veterinarian who worked predominantly as a research scientist completing his PhD on aspects of the immune system.

 

Dr Spalding performs upper endoscopy, and colonoscopy with chromoendoscopy and provides a consultation service in general luminal gastroenterology and hepatology at Southside Endoscopy Centre.

 

Dr Nadia Maqboul

F.R.A.C.P., M.B.B.S.,(Lond) MPH. BSc (Hons)

Dr Nadia Maqboul

Dr Maqboul graduated from University College London before starting work at the Royal Free Hospital in London. She then moved to Melbourne where she completed her physician training and Gastroenterology training.

 

In addition to this, she has completed a two year fellowship in Interventional Endoscopy at the Princess Alexandra Hospital.

 

This has involved training in ERCP, EUS, Enteroscopy, endoscopic resection of large colonic polyps and other advanced diagnostic procedures.

Dr Maqboul currently holds a public position at the P.A Hospital involving both Interventional and General Gastroenterology and a Senior Lecturer position at the Southside School of Medicine.

 


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