Dr Chan is a consultant Immunologist and Allergist who completed her medical degree at the University of Melbourne (MBBS, BMedSc). While working as a registrar at the Alfred Hospital and Royal Melbourne Hospital, she concurrently undertook studies in Public Health through the University of London (London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine), completing her MPH in 2018 and speciality training in 2019.
She sees adults and adolescents 16 years or older in the practice.
Dr Chan has a particular interest in translational research. She has been awarded a grant by the Allergy & Immunology Foundation of Australasia to investigate the role of Next-Generation Sequencing in Hereditary Angioedema and is involved in clinical trials in thunderstorm asthma, chronic urticaria, immunodeficiency and drug allergy.
She holds a public appointment at the Royal Melbourne Hospital and is undertaking a PhD at the Walter & Eliza Hall Institute of Medical Research, studying the relationship between genetic mutations, immune cell health and disease symptoms in patients affected by primary immunodeficiency.
Dr Chan is a current member of the Royal Australian College of Physicians (RACP), the Australasian Society of Clinical Immunology and Allergy (ASCIA) and the European Society for Immunodeficiencies (ESI). She is also a delegate of the National Immunodeficiency Strategy group and a member of the National Genetic Immunology Alliance.
In her free time she enjoys playing soccer with her groodle, Wesley.