Wagga Wagga Campus Academic Profiles

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A/Prof Rashid Hashmi MBBS, Msc., PhD
Director of Medical Education
Coordinator of Radiology/Anatomy

Specialty: Radiology and Nuclear Medicine

Dr Hashmi has been a Nuclear Medicine Physician at Regional Imaging Ltd Wagga Wagga, Dr Hashmi has also worked in Radiology in Nagasaki University Hospital, Japan,  Aga Khan University Hospital, Pakistan, Civil Hospital, Karachi, Pakistan and Jinnah Postgraduate Medical Centre, Pakistan.  Dr Hashmi also has numerous publications and has presented at various conferences around the world.   Dr Hashmi has compiled a comprehensive program for Radiology across Phase 2 and Phase 3.

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Dr Michael Macartney  PhD, GradDipHEd, FHEA
Phase 1 Academic Program Coordinator
: m.macartney@unsw.edu.au

Dr Macartney is the Phase 1 Program Coordinator and Lecturer of the Phase 1 Medicine program in Wagga Wagga. Originally from Wollongong, he holds a 1st class BSc (Hons) in Medical and Health Sciences, and a PhD in Medical Physiology. His doctoral studies, completed at the University of Wollongong, Australia, focussed on the influence of omega-3 fatty acids, exercise and environmental conditions on human performance and health with particular emphasis on cardiovascular and skeletal muscle physiological outcomes. Dr Macartney is responsible for the Phase 1 program in Wagga Wagga and teaches a variety of subjects across the basic sciences. He has extensive experience in teaching tertiary students in the health professions.


Dr Megan Suthern
Phase 2 Academic Program Coordinator

Email: m.suthern@unsw.edu.au

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Dr Morgan Prince, MBBS, FRACS, FAOrthA
Phase 3 Academic Program Coordinator
: morgan.prince@unsw.edu.au

Dr Prince is an Orthopaedic Surgeon based in Wagga Wagga. Originally from Western Australia, he trained both there and in Queensland before settling in the Riverina in 2017. As well as a keen interest in teaching, Morgan specialises in Shoulder and Elbow surgery but thoroughly enjoys the broad spectrum of practice that a Regional practice demands. He is a Major in the Army reserve.  Away from work he enjoys carpentry, rugby union, hiking, sailing, large hammers, and overindulges in the fine gourmet produce of the region regularly.

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