Dr Michael Pidcock is a Consultant Haematologist. He qualified as a specialist physician through the Royal Australasian College of Physicians, RACP and a Diagnostic Haematologist through the Royal Collage of Pathologists of Australasia, RCPA. Dr Pidcock was appointed Staff Specialist in Haematology to ACT Health in 1979.
He is currently Director of Diagnostic Haematology at the Canberra Hospital, ACT Pathology and Consultant Haematologist with responsibility for inpatients and outpatients. He is a director of the Haemophilia Treatment Centre at the Canberra Hospital and a member of Australian Haemophilia Centre Directors Organisation, AHCDO.
Dr Pidcock is actively involved in teaching and lecturing medical students at Australian National University, ANU Medical School, and participates as investigator and sub-investigator for clinical trials and research in leukaemia, lymphoma, myeloma, thrombosis and inherited bleeding disorders.
Previously a member of National Pathology Accreditation Advisory Council, NPACC. Previously chairman of Division of Medicine at the Canberra Hospital .
Active in clinical research and publishing through Haematology Research Unit, the Canberra Hospital.
Principal areas of interest: Lymphoma, chronic leukaemias, multiple myeloma, myeloproliferative disorders, thrombosis, bleeding disorders, thalassaemia and other haemoglobin disorders, chronic anaemia, laboratory diagnostic haematology, cytogenetics and molecular genomics in haematological disorders, and transfusion medicine.
Awards: ACT Government Achievement Award.