Dr Grace Gifford
BSc(Med) MBBS (Hons 1), RACP, RACPAVisit specialist website
Areas of Interest
- Malignant haematology
- Obstetrics and peri-operative haematological issues
- Clotting and bleeding disorders
Mater Hospital, North Sydney, NSW
Dr Grace Gifford is experienced in clinical and laboratory haematology. Her clinical interests include lymphomas and general haematology. She is familiar with all aspects of diagnostic haematology.Dr Grace Gifford is an experienced specialist with qualifications in clinical and laboratory haematology. Her strong academic track record is matched by person-centred communication and provision of holistic care. She graduated from the UNSW with 1st class honours and was trained in general medicine, clinical haematology and haematopathology in several teaching hospitals.
She has been a clinical haematologist at the Mater Hospital, since 2015. Dr Gifford is currently finalising her PhD in high-grade lymphomas, developing in-vitro diagnostic techniques to identify new biomarkers and potential targets for improved patient outcomes. Additionally, she has an interest in bleeding disorders and obstetrics/perinatal haematology. She is a practising haematopathologist at Douglass Hanly Moir.
Dr Gifford’s past and ongoing research interests are in haematological malignancies. Dr Gifford is committed to evidence-based best practices for all her patients and prioritises communication.