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Dr Raymond Banh

Specialty: Haematology
Special Interests: malignant haematological disorders, lymphomas, acute and chronic leukaemias, myeloma and stem cell transplantation as well as non-malignant haematology - thrombosis and haemostasis, obstetric haematology and red cell disorders.
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Practices at: MHB MPHB
 
Phone 07 3163 5222
Fax07 3163 5252

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Mater Cancer Care Centre
Duncombe Building
Level 2, Raymond Terrace
South Brisbane QLD 4101
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Biography

Dr Raymond Banh is a Haematologist who specialises in the treatment of malignant haematological disorders with an active interest in lymphomas, acute and chronic leukaemias, myeloma and stem cell transplantation as well as non-malignant haematology - thrombosis and haemostasis, obstetric haematology and red cell disorders.

Dr Banh graduated from the University of Western Australia in 1998 and undertook his internship and residency at the Royal Perth Hospital and Princess Margaret Hospital for Children in Western Australia.

From 2002 he worked as a Medical Registrar at Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital, where he commenced his postgraduate and specialist training with the Royal Australasian College of Physicians (RACP) and the Royal College of Pathologists of Australasia (RCPA). He was conferred Fellowship to the RACP in 2007 and the RCPA in 2008.

In 2008 he was awarded a Clinical Research Fellowship by the Leukaemia Foundation to undertake research into molecular prognostic markers in Chronic Lymphocytic Leukaemia at the Princess Alexandra Hospital in Woolloongabba, Queensland, Australia.

Since the end of 2008 he has been a Staff Specialist in Haematology at the Mater Hospital Brisbane, Queensland and is appointed a Senior Lecturer with the School of Medicine at the University of Queensland. He has teaching and supervisory roles with the University of Queensland, Mater Hospital Brisbane and both the RACP and RCPA.

Dr Banh recently began private practice at Mater Cancer Care Centre and has an active interest in both malignant haematology (lymphomas, leukaemias, myeloma and stem cell transplantation) as well as non-malignant haematology (thrombosis and haemostasis, obstetric haematology and red cell disorders (haemoglobinopathies)).

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