Carol is a Queensland trained doctor, obstetrician and Maternal Fetal medicine specialist. Over the past 20 years, she has gained experience and training in Queensland, NSW and London. She was the acting clinical director of Maternal Fetal Medicine at Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital until 2012. In that time she provided care to women with high risk pregnancies; participated in the ongoing education and training of medical students, registrars and maternal fetal trainees; was involved in a number of committees overseeing protocols and guidelines for maternal care in Queensland. Carol is committed to providing evidenced based prenatal screening and options to women.
Dr Jackie Chua is a graduate of the University of Queensland. She obtained her DRCOG in the United Kingdom before returning to Queensland for her speciality training in Obstetrics in Gynaecology. She became a Fellow of the Royal College of Australian and New Zealand Obstetrics and Gynaecology in 2005. She subsequently developed an interest in ultrasound and trained in the sub speciality for the Certificate in Obstetrics and Gynaecology Ultrasound in Medicine.
She joined as a Director of QUFW in 2008. She is a Senior SMO at the Mater Mothers Hospital in the Centre for Maternal Fetal Medicine.
Dr Chua is a member of the Australian Society of Ultrasound in Medicine, International Society of Ultrasound in Obstetrics and Gynaecology and the Australia Association of Obstetrical and Gynaecological Ultrasonologists.
She is the only Obstetrician Gynaecologist with subspecialisation in COGU practicing in Queensland. Her special interests include fertility and endometriosis.
Greg is just very busy with a smile on his face. He is Co-Director of QUFW, Senior Staff Specialist in Maternal Fetal Medicine at the RBWH, Associate Professor, Exosome Biology Laboratory, UQCCR, and Faculty of Medicine, UQ. Greg is the current Chair of the MFM for the RANZCOG and on several federal council committees. Greg is an active member PSANZ, AMOSS advisory co-investigator for the gestational breast cancer and vasa praevia research groups. He is published in subjects including fetal anomalies, ultrasound markers, multiple pregnancy, preterm delivery and management, inflammation, placental signaling, vasa praevia, exosome biology in pregnancy, non-invasive prenatal diagnosis and asylum seeker antenatal care.
Associate Professor Robert Cincotta is an Obstetrician and subspecialist in Maternal Fetal Medicine. His major interests are in fetal therapy, prenatal diagnosis and the management of complicated pregnancies. He is particularly interested in multiple pregnancies and has extensive experience in fetal laser surgery for Twin Twin Transfusion syndrome and introduced this service in Australia. He initially graduated and trained in Melbourne at the Royal Womens Hospital and the Mercy Hospitals. He undertook further training in
the UK at Queen Charlotte’s Hospital and then moved to the Department of Maternal Fetal Medicine at the Mater Mothers Hospital in Brisbane where he became director. He then established Queensland Ultrasound for Women. He maintains an appointment at the Mater’s Maternal Fetal Medicine Department and has published extensively on various aspects of Maternal Fetal Medicine. He has been chairman of examiners for Maternal Fetal Medicine and is still an examiner for this subspecialty. He has also served as a member of the Queensland Maternal and Perinatal Quality Council.