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Professor Anthony O'Sullivan

St. George Clin Sch- Operating
T: 
9113 2040
E: 
A.OSullivan@unsw.edu.au

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Professor O'Sullivan is a Clinical Academic at the St George & Sutherland Clinical School.

Research Interests:
Current research includes: - regulation of fat mass in premenopausal and pregnant women, substrate metabolism in pregnancy; hormonal regulation of energy metabolism and body composition - sex steroid regulation of substrate metabolism - energy metabolism and body composition in chronic medical illnesses, eg chronic renal failure & insulin resistance . Gestational diabetes and its predictors.

Broad Research Areas:
Endocrinology, Metabolism, Clinical Research, Medical Education, Obesity

Qualifications:
MB BS, MD UNSW, FRACP, MHPEd

Society Memberships & Professional Activities:
1992- Royal Australasian College of Physicians, 1990- Endocrine Society of Australia, 1991- Australian Diabetes Society, 1992- Australasian Society for the Study of Obesity, 1995- The US Endocrine Society, 1996- Australian Pituitary Foundation, 2004- Association for Medical Education in Europe, 2004- Australian and New Zealand Association for Medical Education

Specific Research Keywords:
Adiposity, Nutrition, Metabolism, Gestational Diabetes, Oestrogen

Research
Field of Research (FOR) Tag: 
Endocrinology
Food Nutritional Balance
Metabolic Medicine
Teaching & Supervision
I am available to supervise: 
Yes
Areas of supervision: 

I am able to supervise ILP, Honours, Masters and PhD students.

Supervision keywords: 
endocrine diseases
metabolism
medical education
Media & Expertise
Areas of expertise: 

The regulation of fat mass in premenopausal and pregnant women, substrate metabolism in pregnancy; hormonal regulation of energy metabolism and body composition - sex steroid regulation of substrate metabolism - energy metabolism and body composition in chronic medical illnesses, eg chronic renal failure & insulin resistance . Gestational diabetes and its predictors.