Dr Jenny Robson

Biography

Jenny is director of the Microbiology, Serology and Molecular Pathology Laboratories at Sullivan Nicolaides where she has now worked for 30 years. She has a broad range of interests including travel medicine, tropical medicine, immunisation, zoonoses, public health, antibiotic resistance, infection control and molecular diagnosis of infectious diseases. She currently serves as a private pathology observer on the Public Health Laboratory Network (PHLN).

Resources

Podcasts
Podcasts | Interviews

The Clinical Takeaway: Q fever – Indications for testing

Dr Jenny Robson | Created on 08 December 2021
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Clinical Articles
Clinical Articles

Detecting and treating Mycoplasma genitalium

Mycoplasma genitalium (M. genitalium),  is thought to affect up to 400, 000 Australians. It causes urethritis in ... View more
Dr Jenny Robson | Created on 22 August 2018
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Typhoid in the modern era

The microbiology laboratory has made great strides in introducing clinically useful diagnostics over the past couple of decades, ... View more
Dr Jenny Robson | Created on 08 August 2018
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Know your fungi

In Australia the commonest encounter with fungi in a medical sense is with superficial and cutaneous fungal infections ... View more
Dr Jenny Robson | Created on 14 March 2018
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Focus on dermatophytes

Diagnosing and treating fungal nail, scalp and skin infections The Process: Once specimens are received in the laboratory, ... View more
Dr Jenny Robson | Created on 13 February 2018
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Testing options for H. pylori

Identified in 1983 by Australian Nobel prize winners Marshall and Warren, H. pylori is linked to a spectrum ... View more
Dr Jenny Robson | Created on 12 December 2017
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Schistosomiasis

Schistosomiasis, also known as bilharzia, is the second most prevalent tropical disease after malaria and is a leading ... View more
Dr Jenny Robson | Created on 28 November 2017
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