A/Prof Natasha Smallwood

Respiratory Physician, Alfred Hospital; Head of the Chronic Respiratory Disease Research Group, Associate Professor, Monash University
A/Prof Natasha Smallwood is a consultant respiratory physician at the Alfred Hospital, Head of the Chronic Respiratory Disease Research Group, and Associate Professor at Monash University. In addition to her respiratory qualifications, she holds postgraduate qualifications in Medical Leadership, Epidemiology and Palliative Care. She has authored over 100 publications and been awarded over $9 million as major research grants. She has clinical and research interests in severe lung disease, particularly COPD. A/Prof Smallwood serves as a Board Director for the Thoracic Society of Australia and New Zealand and the Victorian Doctors Health Program, and holds multiple leadership roles. She is a taskforce member for various national and international respiratory guidelines.

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