Dr Raymond Mullins

Dr Ray MullinsMBBS(Hons1) PhD FRACP FRCPA

Allergy / Clinical Immunology - Paediatric & Adult ACT

Co-chair A&AA Medical Advisory Board 

Dr Mullins has worked as a consultant physician in clinical immunology and allergy (FRACP, FRCPA) in private practice in Canberra since 1995, with previous doctoral research in Sydney and postdoctoral research in London. He has studied and published on the epidemiology of food allergy and anaphylaxis in Australia, tracking increasing incidence over the last 20 years, and on the potential role of socio-economic factors and vitamin D as possible contributing factors. He has filled various roles in the Australasian Society for Clinical Immunology and Allergy (ASCIA) over the last 25 years including as Past President, and at various times has chaired the Clinical Practice, Education and Anaphylaxis committees and the Allergy and Immunology Foundation of Australasia. He remains an active member of various ASCIA committees while continuing clinical research and patient care.

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