Prof Paul Monagle is a recognised world leader in the field of paediatric haemostasis and antithrombotic therapy. Paul also has had a long term interest in reference ranges and normative data.He is a past chair of the paediatric/perinatal Scientific Subcommittee of International Society of Haemostasis and Thrombosis (ISTH); leader of the paediatric chapter of the American College of Chest Physicians (ACCP) antithrombotic guidelines for over a decade; member of the NIH working party into thrombotic disorders in paediatric cardiology patients; member of the American Society of Haematology venous thrombosis guideline steering committee, and chair of the paediatric panel; on International steering committees of multiple industry sponsored anticoagulation trials; Co-author of multiple textbooks; 32 chapters in major international textbooks. He has over 250 publications, with over 10000 citations.
Paul is a past Stevenson Chair and Head of Department of Paediatrics, University of Melbourne, a role he held for 8 years; previously 5 years as director of laboratory services, 12 years as Head of Haematology, and 2 years as Acting Head of Children’s Cancer Centre Royal Children’s Hospital (RCH), Melbourne. He continues to work as a clinical haematologist at RCH. Paul is a member of federal QUPC (Quality use in pathology committee) and Victorian CCOPMM (consultative council of obstetric and paediatric morbidity and mortality).
Paul is an active teacher, involved in undergraduate and post graduate teaching, as well as research students. Completed student supervision includes: 9 PhD, 3 Masters, 3 BMSc, 7 Honours and 22 AMS students. Current supervision includes 7 PhD students.Back to speakers