Dr Andrew Mallett

Profession

Nephrologist

Job Title Co-Lead of the Queensland Conjoint Renal Genetics Service
Organisation Name Royal Brisbane and Women's Hospital, Brisbane, QLD
Areas of Special Interest

Inherited kidney disease
Genetic kidney disease
Autosomal dominant polycystic kidney disease (ADPKD)
Autosomal dominant tubulo-interstitial kidney disease (ADTKD)
Nephronophthisis
Alport syndrome

Research relating to areas of special interest

‘HIDDEN’ flagship project explores genomics
The prevalence and epidemiology of genetic renal disease amongst adults with chronic kidney disease in Australia

Adults or Children Adults
Clinic Services Multidisciplinary Renal Genetics Clinic:
- Adult
- Paediatric
- Telehealth available
Clinic Contact details

E: andrew.mallett@health.qld.gov.au
W: Queensland Renal Genetics Clinic 
 

Clinic days/times Monday afternoon at Herston
Wednesday morning at North Lakes Health Precinct
Telehealth consults Available
Telehealth Information Upon referral, throughout Queensland
Transitional Planning – Paediatric to adult services Available
Transitional Planning Information Upon referral from Paediatric Specialist (Nephrologist, Neurologist, Urologist, Geneticist, etc)
Additional Information

As National Director of the KidGen Collaboration, Renal Genetics Rare Disease Flagship of the Australian Genomic Health Alliance, Dr Andrew Mallett would invite all interested patients, clinicians and collaborators to visit our website and make contact as the breadth and level of clinical services in renal genetics expands throughout Australia.

Email

andrew.mallett@health.qld.gov.au

Phone (07) 3646 8111

Dr Andrew Mallett

is prepared to be contacted by Medical Practitioners and other Health Professionals

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Additional Clinical Information

Clinical Information
A multidisciplinary renal genetics clinic improves patient diagnosis
Grand Rounds Online – Renal Genetics From bedside to bench and back again
Genomics in the Kidney Clinic
Information for Patients
Renal Genetics Clinics

European Reference Networks (ERNs)

European Reference Networks (ERNs)
ERNs are networks for clinicians and researchers to share expertise, knowledge and resources, this information may be of use to Australian health professionals and researchers.

For links to online portals that provide information on rare diseases including definitions, causes, treatments, and publications for patients, families and professionals in the field. Please see our conditions page.