DR HANNAH ROSE
MBBS (Hons), FRACP
Dr Hannah Rose is a Clinical Haematologist with over 6 years experience and is known for her friendly bedside manner and clear compassionate explanations to patients and their families. She completed undergraduate medical training with honours at Monash University in 1998, and advanced training in Haematology through the Austin and Geelong hospitals in Victoria.
Hannah is currently the co-lymphoma lead at University Hospital Geelong and a principal investigator on several international clinical trials. She has authored several publications in peer reviewed journals and maintains a wide clinical practice with an interest in haematological cancers, obstetric haematology, blood clots, bone marrow disorders and other blood count abnormalities.
She has a strong passion for teaching, working as a senior Clinical Lecturer at Deakin University with bedside teaching for medical students. Hannah is a fellow of the Royal Australian College of Physicians and active member of the Haematology Society of Australia and New Zealand, Australian Leukemia and Lymphoma Group, American Society of Haematology and European Society of Haematology.
Hannah is a Geelong local and on weekends can usually be found tending to the sheep and chickens or playing tennis with her family