Dr Peak Mann Mah
Dr Mah graduated with a BM,BS in 1995 from the Flinders University of South Australia. After completing her basic medical training and becoming a Member of the Royal College of Physicians (MRCP-UK) in 1999, she did 2 years of Clinical Research Fellowship in Endocrinology. Dr Mah worked on clinical studies towards her Medical Doctorate thesis titled "Variables that influence pituitary hormone replacement therapy". She was awarded a Certificate of Completion in Training in Endocrinology and General Internal Medicine in 2007. Dr Mah then returned to South Australia in April 2007 and joined the Lyell McEwin Hospital as a Consultant Endocrinologist and General Physician. She is now a clinical titleholder with the University of Adelaide and supervises the Diabetes Medical Scientific Attachment for Years 4 & 5 medical students. Dr Mah is also a principal investigator for diabetes and endocrine trials at the Clinical Trials Unit at the Lyell McEwin Hospital.