Dr Zhuang Miao is a psychiatrist with experience in general adult psychiatry . She is a Fellow of The Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Psychiatrists. She consults patients in the level 1 consulting suites at Northside Group St Leonards Clinic, and Ryde Psych Services in Eastwood. She has admitting privileges to the specialised Mood Disorders Unit at Ramsay Clinic Northside. The other appointment is Staff Specialist Psychiatrist at Northern Sydney Local Health District.
Born in Serbia, Dr Radovic finished school and completed his specialist training in psychiatry in 1992. Following a successful career as a specialist Psychiatrist in a renowned state hospital in Serbia, he decided to move internationally, spending a number of years in Cyprus and Europe.
Chris Davey is the Head of Department of Psychiatry at the University of Melbourne and a psychiatrist at the Royal Melbourne Hospital. He is the current Editor of the Australian and New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry. Chris’s main clinical and research interest is in the management of severe mood disorders, especially in young people. He has led, or is leading, large multicentre clinical trials of treatments for depression and bipolar disorder at the university and RMH.
Colleen Loo is Professor of Psychiatry at the University of New South Wales, NHMRC Leadership Fellow and Professorial Fellow at the Black Dog Institute, Sydney; Australia. She qualified in medicine and psychiatry in Australia (MB BS, FRANZCP) and completed a research doctorate in 2003 (MD). She was chair of academic psychiatry at St George Hospital (2006-2021), founded the Neurostimulation service at the Black Dog Institute in 2014, and is Regional Medical Director of ECT and Interventional Psychiatry (including ketamine treatment) at Ramsay Clinics in Sydney. She was President of the International Society for ECT and Neurostimulation (2018-2020) and is an editorial board member of the journal Brain Stimulation.
Professor James Scott is a Child and Youth Psychiatrist and the Director of Ramsay Health Youth Service at New Farm. He has experience working in inpatient and community settings. He has an interest in providing care to children and young people with anxiety, ADHD, psychosis and mood disorders. His clinical practice incorporates a biopsychosocial model with intensive family involvement.
Professor Tiller's research interests have been in the assessment and treatment of depressive disorders, anxiety disorders, psychoses including bipolar disorder, and the development and improvement of training and knowledge about electroconvulsive therapy. He has more than 300 scientific publications. He has an interest in governance, especially of not for profits – helping them being more effective in post graduate education and clinical services.
Louise Newman AM is Professorial Fellow in Psychiatry at the University of Melbourne, Adjunct Professor of Psychiatry at Newcastle University and Monash University. She has held senior leadership positions in mental health training and research including Director of the NSW Institute of Psychiatry, Director of the Monash University Centre for Developmental Psychiatry and Psychology and is Director of the Melbourne University BEAR (Building Early Attachment and Resilience) research program. She is recognised as Australia’s lead researcher in the areas of infant and early child mental health, disturbances of early parenting and parent-infant interventions. She has worked extensively in developing clinical programs for women with backgrounds of complex trauma and mental health issues needing support in the perinatal period and has over 25 years’ experience in women’s mental health. She is recognised as the leading international expert in the issues facing women with complex trauma disorder in pregnancy and the perinatal period. She is the past Director of the Centre for Women’s Mental Health at the Royal Women’s Hospital. She is currently Consultant Psychiatrist at the Ramsay Clinic Albert Road specialising in women’s mental health and perinatal and infant mental health.
In addition to his clinical roles, Malcolm has a long track record of involvement in psychiatric research, focused on mood and anxiety disorders, psychopharmacology and psychiatric aspects of acquired brain injury. He also leads the undergraduate and registrar training schemes at the Ramsay Clinic Albert Road. Malcolm was President of the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Psychiatrists from 2015 to 2017, President of the Asian Federation of Psychiatric Associations from 2019 to 2022 and is now the Chair of the North East Metro Regional Mental Health Body in Victoria.