Our chemical pathologists analyse chemicals in our body fluids and tissues to help diagnose and manage disease. They play a unique dual role of doctor-scientist, looking at changes in human body chemistry for screening, diagnosis, prognosis and management.
Dr Mina is a principal scientist with 36 years of work experience in running and managing analytical and clinical services, change management, redesigning workflow, research, and education, including strategic planning and financial management in teaching hospitals and the private sector. He also has a special interest in managing quality, and digital health e.g. big data and clinical decision support systems, digital pathology, data curation, and algorithm) as evident from his latest presentations as an invited speaker.
Dr Mina has a PhD in Pathology, Master’s Degree in Clinical Chemistry, Postgraduate Diploma in Microbiology, Postgraduate Diploma in Biochemistry “nutrition” and B.Sc. (Hon) in Biochemistry.
Dr Mina has a track record in operating in a complex multi-layer organisations to develop, integrate, amalgamate, restructure, streamline services and redesign services to maximise expected potential, improve services and increase productivity.
Testing to support NSW health and justice systems.
Our haematologists help diagnose and treat blood diseases and cancers.
Our immunologists help us better understand and treat diseases of the human immune system.
Our microbiologists and virologists are critical to NSW public health and emergency responses to pathogen-borne disease, and their expertise is recognised world-wide.
Pathology at the patient’s side.
This is the process that happens before and after specimens reach our labs for testing, providing vital links between pathology requests, diagnostic testing and results.
Every day, our NSW Health Pathology colleagues take part in innovative research to improve public health and safety.
Our transfusion service is critical to the operation of emergency and in-patient care across NSW.