Yuben Moodley

    Consultant Respiratory Physician
    Associate Professor of Respiratory Medicine
    Head of the Stem Cell Unit at the Lung Institute

  • About Me

    Dr. Yuben Moodley is a physician, scientist, and Associate Professor of respiratory medicine. He is devoted to providing high-quality patient care, conducting cell and molecular research, and teaching.

    He is the head of the Stem Cell Unit at the Lung Institute of Western Australia, Consultant Respiratory Physician at Royal Perth Hospital, and Associate Professor of Respiratory Medicine at the University of Western Australia.

    Dr. Moodley’s areas of expertise include asthma, lung cancer, lung diseases, lung tumors, and sleeping disorders. He is particularly devoted to researching biomarkers in exhaled air to diagnose and monitor lung conditions such as Idiopathic Pulmonary Fibrosis and Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease. His novel cellular therapies for these diseases use placentally-derived cells and have produced noteworthy results.

    Dr. Yuben Moodley got his Ph.D. at the University of Western Australia. His research was funded by the National Health and Medical Research Council. He is also deputy director of the Institute of Respiratory Health, part of the Centre for Research Excellence in Pulmonary Fibrosis, and the senior editor of the Respirology journal.

    Dr. Moodley supports Amnesty International and enjoys sports and playing alto saxophone when he is not working.

  • Education

    Royal College of Australasian Physicians


    University of Western Australia


  • The Blog

    Originally published on nyheadline.com Dr. Yuben Moodley shares insight on pulmonology during the coronavirus pandemic. Pulmonology is a division of medicine that targets the respiratory system’s health or the organs that help you breathe, treating a wide range from asthma to tuberculosis.  ...
    Originally published on scienceworldreport.com The coronavirus has thrown multiple curve balls at societal norms, including the way we teach. Though online teaching was already utilized, social distancing has made its popularity and use skyrocket. Many universities only offer online classes to...
    Originally published on bestinau.com.au When it comes to bad ideas, avoiding a doctor’s office visit is at the top of the list. Whether it be anxiety-related, fear of bad news, or out-of-the-way, there are many various reasons why so many people skip out on doctor appointments.   However,...
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