Professor Alexander Gallus
|Flinders Medical Centre (FMC)|
|Practice Responsibilities:||Clinical Site Director, FMC; clinical and laboratory haematology|
Dr Alex Gallus is a clinical and laboratory haematologist who graduated from Melbourne University and undertook postgraduate studies at McMaster University, Canada, in the 1970s with Professor Jack Hirsh.
Dr Gallus’s main clinical research interest is in antithrombotics drug trials. He is a steering committee member of international antithrombotic drug trials, has published extensively, contributed to national and international guidelines for thrombosis prevention and therapy, and is Professor of Haematology at Flinders University. He practices at Flinders Medical Centre and associated hospitals.
His main clinical interests include the diagnosis and management of thrombosis, haemostasis, and thrombophilias, and the use of antithrombotics drugs for the prevention and treatment of thromboembolic disorders.