Gabrielle completed her MBBS with honours at Sydney University in 1989 and subsequently undertook her physicians training at St Vincent’s Hospital Darlinghurst. In 2001 Gabrielle received her PhD in the field of Osteoporosis following four years of specialised research at the internationally recognised Garvan Institute of Medical Research. She has contributed many articles for scientific and medical publications. In 1993, Gabrielle received an award for her excellence in research at the St Vincent’s Research Symposium and in 2002, she received the annual Garvan Institute prize for the best PhD.
Gabrielle has since consulted as a Specialist Endocrinologist with specific interests in Osteoporosis, women’s endocrinology such as the Menopause and Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome. In this time, she has gained an enormous amount of experience in Endocrinology and is a frequent guest speaker at medical symposia. In 2007 Gabrielle also established the first private Insulin Pump Clinic in NSW to provide all of the most up to date Insulin Pump and Continuous glucose monitoring devices available for patients with Diabetes in Australia.
Robyn completed her master of nursing degree in 1994 and completed her Graduate Certificate in Diabetes Education and Management at UTS in 2000. She is a Credentialed Diabetes Educator and has been working in the public and private health system for the last 20 years. Her areas of expertise include the development and provision of Best Practice Programs for adults with Type 1 diabetes, Type 2 diabetes and Gestational Diabetes, and she facilitated the establishment of the Sydney Insulin Pump Clinic in 2007. She has vast experience in Insulin Pump Therapy and continuous glucose monitoring. Robyn has done presentations nationally on the subject of pump therapy and continuous glucose management to health care professionals.
Steven graduated from Auckland University, and specialised as a general physician, before completing further advanced training in Endocrinology in the UK. He practises in all levels of non-interventional medicine and endocrinology, including paediatric patients over 12, and enjoys helping and rationalising care in complex patients. Steven is an international speaker in indigenous diabetes care and was a former Director of Endocrinology, Peninsula Health, Monash University. His work mandates a high referral practice in male health issues, Type 2 Diabetes, and diagnostic medicine, as well as evolving medical technology.