Dr Marnie Robinson

Dr Marnie Robinson

Biography

Dr Robinson has worked as a specialist at the Department of Allergy and Immunology at the Royal Children’s Hospital since 2008. She has had an active role in training and mentoring nursing staff, paediatric trainees and general paediatricians. She is also a lecturer and examiner for the University of Melbourne. She holds an honorary research fellow position at the Murdoch Research Institute and has been involved in a number of major allergy studies including the HealthNuts Study and the Probiotics Peanut Oral Immunotherapy Trial (PPOIT). She is also a co-author of the Allergy section of the Australian Asthma Handbook, which forms Australia’s national guidelines for asthma management. Marnie takes a holistic approach to the management of allergic diseases and is passionate about ensuring her patients receive excellent care. Marnie’s areas of interests include: food allergy, asthma, allergic rhinitis (hay fever), eczema, insect and drug allergy, immunotherapy and primary immune deficiency

Resources

Podcasts
Podcasts | Lectures

Reducing the Risk of Food Allergy in Children – Latest Evidence and Guidelines – Lecture CPD 1 Point

Dr Marnie Robinson | Created on 03 March 2021
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Videos
Videos | Lectures

Reducing the Risk of Food Allergy in Children – Latest Evidence and Guidelines

Dr Marnie Robinson | Created on 15 December 2020
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