Margaret grew up in Sydney and obtained her double degree through the Combined Medicine-Science Program at The University of Sydney in 2012. She trained at a multitude of different paediatric and neonatal units across New South Wales and was the general paediatric fellow at the Campbelltown Hospital in 2020 which provided her with a wealth of experience. Margaret completed her specialist training across both Sydney Children’s Hospital in Randwick and The Children’s Hospital, Westmead. She was awarded her RACP fellowship in 2023.
Margaret is actively involved in teaching and is a conjoint associate lecturer in The School of Women’s and Children’s Health at The University of New South Wales. She has been involved as a project investigator for an international food allergen immunotherapy trial and is a national coordinator for an international aeroallergen study. Margaret has published in peer reviewed publications in paediatric allergy and immunology and has received awards for her presentations at national conferences.
She is passionate about food allergy research and allergy prevention. Her special interest includes paediatric food allergy, eczema and allergic rhinitis. She also manages a variety of other immune conditions such as recurrent fever syndromes and immunodeficiency.
She is fluent in Cantonese. Outside of work, Margaret enjoys sketching and is an escape room enthusiast.