Our microbiologists and virologists are critical to NSW public health and emergency responses to pathogen-borne disease, and their expertise is recognised world-wide.
Local Pathology Director
Adjunct Associate Professor with the University of Sydney, James Branley, has worked in the public health system since 1987.
He is a microbiologist and infectious diseases physician who is the Head of the Department of Microbiology and Infectious Diseases at Nepean Hospital where he is actively involved in teaching and supporting medical students, post graduate specialist trainees and infection control nurses. James is a reservist with the ADF (Air Force Specialist reserve, posted as a pathologist with 1 EHS) joining in the year 2000 and deploying to East Timor, Aceh as well as participating in exercises in Australia and Indonesia. He has previously chaired the ADF Drug and therapeutic committee as well as being an active member of the frozen blood working group.