Dr Gregory Katsoulotos
Senior Lecturer

Dr Gregory Katsoulotos

Medicine & Health
School of Clinical Medicine

Dr Gregory Katsoulotos is as EF Academic (Senior Lecturer) at St George Clinical School located at The Sutherland Hospital, Caringbah and was one of the first to be employed there by UNSW.

His research interests are in severe asthma and the use of novel treatments for this condition. His clinical interests mirror his research interests.  Greg has been Senior Lecturer since 2007 helping develop the teaching syllabus at Sutherland Hospital.  In the Community space he has been appointed to the National Asthma Council Guidelines Committee and chairs several severe asthma MDT meetings. His greatest focus is on the teaching of students however and has special interests in telehealth, digital health and the use of AI in medicine.

QualificationsBSc(Med), MB BS (Hons1) (UNSW), PhD, FRACP,  Grad Cert Allergic Diseases (UWS)

Memberships:  TSANZ, ERS, ATS, AAAAI, EAACI, ACRRM, The Woolcock Institute of Medical Research, The Australian Telehealth Society, RACP

ILP for 2021: Project is now underway – Primary Supervisor.

Phone
+6129540 7946
Location
Sutherland Clinical Teaching Unit Na Mawa Cottage The Sutherland Hospital CARINGBAH NSW 2229
  • Journal articles | 2021
    Maltby S; McDonald VM; Upham JW; Bowler SD; Chung LP; Denton EJ; Fingleton J; Garrett J; Grainge CL; Hew M; James AL; Jenkins C; Katsoulotos G; King GG; Langton D; Marks GB; Menzies-Gow A; Niven RM; Peters M; Reddel HK; Thien F; Thomas PS; Wark PAB; Yap E; Gibson PG, 2021, 'Severe asthma assessment, management and the organisation of care in Australia and New Zealand: expert forum roundtable meetings', Internal Medicine Journal, vol. 51, pp. 169 - 180, http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/imj.14806
    Journal articles | 2002
    Wong GW; Foster PS; Yasuda S; Qi JC; Mahalingam S; Mellor EA; Katsoulotos G; Li X; Boyce JA; Krilis SA; Stevens RL, 2002, 'Biochemical and functional characterization of human transmembrane tryptase (TMT)/tryptase γ: TMT is an exocytosed mast cell protease that induces airway hyperresponsiveness in vivo via an interleukin-13/interleukin-4 receptor α/signal transducer and activator of transcription (STAT) 6-dependent pathway', Journal of Biological Chemistry, vol. 277, pp. 41906 - 41915, http://dx.doi.org/10.1074/jbc.M205868200