A / Professor Warrick Inder

Dr Inder graduated from the University of Otago, NZ in 1988. He obtained his MD examining the effects of opioid peptides on ACTH secretion, before spending 2 years in the Neuroendocrine Unit of the Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston USA on a post-doctoral fellowship researching pituitary adenomas. He has worked as consultant Endocrinologist at Christchurch Hospital, NZ and St Vincent’s Hospital, Melbourne and is currently a senior staff specialist at Princess Alexandra Hospital, Brisbane, associate professor with the University of Queensland and member of the Translational Research Institute. He is the current President of the Endocrine Society of Australia, a member of the Australia New Zealand Bone Mineral Society and chair of the Advanced Training Committee in Endocrinology for the Royal Australasian College of Physicians. His main clinical and research interests are pituitary and adrenal disease with an emphasis on cortisol biology.