BSc(Med), MBBS, FRACS, MMedSurg
Dr Tamara Preda is a Fellowship trained general surgeon (FRACS) who has completed subspecialty training in breast and endocrine surgery. This post Fellowship training was at high volume tertiary hospitals in Adelaide and Perth. On return to Sydney, Dr. Preda worked for a number of years as a Visiting Medical Officer at Liverpool Hospital in Southwestern Sydney and continues to participate in regular clinics at BreastScreen Northern Sydney.
In addition to clinical work, Dr. Preda is a lecturer in surgery at the University of Notre Dame, Sydney. She enjoys teaching medical students and is involved in course delivery as well as assessment aspects of the curriculum. Furthermore, she maintains an active interest in research and has collaborated on a number of projects with both medical and surgical colleagues.
Petrucci R, Al Abid M, Preda T, Lord SJ, Lord RV. Reduced number of admissions with acute appendicitis but not severe acute appendicitis at two Sydney hospitals during the first COVID-19 lockdown period. Accepted for publication ANZJSurg April 2022.
Petrucci R, Johnston D, Preda T. Recurrent Hyperparathyroidism Following Successful Four Gland Parathyroidectomy and Normalisation of Parathyroid Hormone in a Renal Transplant Patient. Journal of Medical Cases; Vol 12 No. 4. April 2021 pp 141-144
Preda T, McGrath R, Bingham J, Fawcett A, O'Dea C, Bochner M, Gill PG, Kollias J. How much does axillary ultrasound contribute in women undergoing breast‐conserving surgery with no palpable axillary nodes?. ANZ Journal of Surgery. 2020 Jan 20.
Preda TC, Farey JE, Fisher OM, Levert-Mignon AJ, Stewart RL, Karsten E, Herbert B, Swarbrick MM, Lord R. Effect of Laparoscopic Sleeve Gastrectomy on Fasting Gastrointestinal, Pancreatic and Adipose- Derived Hormones and on Non-Esterified Fatty Acids. Obesity Surgery February 2017 Vol 27 (2); 399-407
Preda M, Buchan C, Preda T, Sharma P. Sclerosing mesenteritis presenting with abdominal pain and fever in a young woman: computed tomography findings. ANZJSurg 2008; 78(8): 709-710 DOI: 10.1111/j.1445-2197.2008.04623.x