About Dr Grace Moshi
Dr Grace Moshi
Doctor Grace Sarah Moshi is a medical doctor who holds a Degree of Doctor of Medicine (MD) and Fellowship of the Royal College of Pathologists (FRCPA) of Australasia. She was until June 2010, the Medical Director of the Sydney Cord Blood Bank.
Being married to a diplomat, she returned back from South Africa in 2008 where she was National Lead Consultant Haematologist with the South African National Blood Service (SANBS) where she was responsible for the National Haemovigilance Programme (National Blood Safety) and other transfusion services.
Prior to that she was the Clinical Superintendent and Haematologist at the Prince of Wales Hospital in Sydney and visited rural Australia in Grafton monthly to provide laboratory, clinical haematology and oncology services at the Grafton Base Hospital for which she was nominated Australia day Ambassador in Grafton for community service in Jan 2004. Contemporaneously she was also the Deputy Registrar and member of the Board of Censors of the College of Pathologists (RCPA), RCPA representative to Joint specialist Advisory Committee (JSAC) involved in post graduate training as well as laboratory accreditation, quality control and laboratory standards.
She was involved in medical research in cancer pathogenesis, bone marrow transplantation, as well as various clinical trials.She has worked at the Canberra Hospital (Australia), The Hammersmith Hospital (London), St George Hospital (London) and the University College Hospital (London) among other places.
She has also been involved in various community governance activities and supporting various charities, being a Board Member of the American International School of Johannesburg and actively fund-raising for various orphanages overseas.