Associate Professor Nada Hamad

Associate Professor Nada Hamad

BSc MSc Forensic (hons) MBBS (hons) FRACP FRCPA SpeCetClinRes (Onc) 

St Vincent’s Hospital, Sydney

Past legacies – An intersectional future in medicine

Associate Professor Nada Hamad is a senior staff specialist bone marrow transplant, cellular therapies, clinical and laboratory haematologist at St Vincent’s Hospital in Sydney, where she’s also director of the haematology clinical trials unit. She is president of Australia and New Zealand Transplant and Cellular Therapies and chairs a number of national and international committees in the field of transplantation and cellular therapies. She studied medicine at the University of Sydney and completed her haematology training in Sydney.
Prior to her career in medicine, she completed a Bachelor of Science and Master of Science in Forensics, working in this field for a short period of time. She completed two post-graduate fellowships in bone marrow transplantation and lymphoma at the Princess Margaret Cancer Centre in Toronto, Canada through the University of Toronto. She’s an active clinical trialist and researcher.
Nada is an intersectional feminist with an academic interest in gender equity, and diversity and inclusion in medicine. She’s the deputy co-chair of the Equity Diversity and Inclusion committee at University of New South Wales and the equity, diversity and inclusion lead for The Lancet Haematology, among several other inclusion and diversity committee leadership positions and memberships. 

Last updated 14:43 25.08.2021