Dr Sajini Basnayake completed her primary medical degree (MBBS) in Colombo, Sri Lanka, then started physician training at the Croydon University Hospital in London and subsequently migrated to Australia in 2008 and completed her FRACP in 2009. Dr Basnayake started working as a Rheumatologist in 2014 and has worked full time as a private Rheumatologist completing a post graduate certificate in Musculoskeletal Ultrasound (CCPU). Dr Basnayake provides both outpatient and inpatient (Calvary Wakefield and Ashford hospital) consultation services to patients with a wide range of rheumatological conditions, including Rheumatoid arthritis, Psoriatic arthritis, Ankylosing Spondylitis and has a special interest in myositis and musculoskeletal ultrasound.
Dr Christina Boros, MBBS, PHD, FRACP, is a paediatric rheumatologist, who trained at Toronto Sickkids Hospital and sees patients up to the age of 18 years. Her main clinical and research interests are in Juvenile arthritis, paediatric lupus and other connective tissue diseases as well as auto inflammatory diseases. Dr Boros also consults at the Women's and Children's Hospital, where she is Head of the Rheumatology unit.
Dr Fiona Goldblatt MBBS (Hons), PhD, FRACP, works at Wakefield House Rheumatology and as a Staff Specialist at Flinders Medical Centre and Repatriation General Hospital. She graduated from the University of Adelaide in 1994 and completed Rheumatology training in Adelaide, a PhD at Flinders Medical Centre/Flinders University and post-doctoral research at the University College London on a NH&MRC Neil Hamilton Fairley Fellowship. Dr Goldblatt has particular clinical and research interests in SLE and is the current President of ARA (SA) and a Director on the Australian Rheumatology Association Board.
Dr Scott Graf graduated with honours from the University of Adelaide in 2004 after being awarded the The Frank S. Hone Memorial Prize and The Sir Trent Champion de Crespigny Memorial Prize. He completed advanced training in rheumatology at the RAH, TQEH and FMC and was awarded his FRACP in rheumatology in 2012 and was a staff specialist in General Medicine at the RAH from 2013-2015. Dr Graf has a broad interest across all areas of rheumatology including rheumatoid arthritis, psoriatic arthritis, ankylosing spondylitis, osteoarthritis, vasculitis and connective tissue diseases. Dr Graf has a particular interest in the management of gout and is involved in research and education in this area. Dr Graf consults at Wakefield House Tuesday to Friday.
Dr Anita Lee; MBBS, FRACP, PHD, CCPU, graduated from the University of Adelaide in 1994, and obtained her FRACP in 1999. Dr Lee undertook Rheumatology training in 2000-2002 at the Queen Elizabeth and Royal Adelaide Hospitals. Thereafter, Dr Lee completed a thesis in Musculoskeletal Ultrasound in Rheumatology Practice in 2008. Her interests include assessment in early arthritis and running a dedicated ultrasound clinic at the RAH for assessment of rheumatology patients and guided steroid injections.
Dr Peter Penglis; MBBS PHD FRACP, is a Rheumatologist, with an interest in rheumatoid arthritis, ankylosing spondylitis, psoriatic arthritis and gout. Dr Penglis completed FRACP qualifications in 1997 and PHD studies in 2000 and has been a visiting specialist to the Royal Adelaide Hospital since 2004.
Dr Barbara True; MD(USA), FRACP. Completing her medical training and fellowship in rheumatology (University of Virginia) in the US, Dr True completed her Australian qualifications in 1998 and has worked in private practice since then. Her interests are in adult rheumatology, fibromyalgia and narrative practice.