• The Australasian Doctors Association of Queensland (AADA Inc) was incorporated in 1992. Members are qualified medical graduates comprising mainly Chinese general practitioners and specialists in various medical disciplines. Other Asian doctors as well as Australian doctors are welcomed as bona fide members; hence the name of “Australasian” was chosen. The association is affiliated with interstate Australian Chinese Medical Associations (including ACMA Auckland) under the auspices of Australian Council of Chinese Medical Association (ACCMA).

Committee Members

Dr Kim Chye MBBS, FRACGP, B.Occ Thy (Hons)
AADA President

Dr Chye was born in Singapore and graduated in The University of Queensland. He now practices as a General Practitioner in Chermside Medical Centre and is married with three children.

Dr Michael Marfan
AADA Vice-President

Colorectal & General surgeon in full private practice at Sunnybank. Trained at Royal Brisbane Hospital, Singapore, England & Scotland. Inaugural founding member of AADA. His main interests are golf, wine conniseur & collecting, fine dining (Member of La Chaine des Rotissseurs) and travel.

Dr Natalie Ong BSc/MBBS, MPH
AADA Honorary Secretary

Dr Natalie Ong was born and raised in Brisbane and completed a dual BSc/MBBS degree at the University of Queensland. She completed a Master of Public Health in 2014, and is currently undertaking a Master of Philosophy with the University of Queensland, involving research work on dermoscopic naevus patterns. In 2013, Natalie completed the International Short Course on Dermoscopy with the University of Graz in Austria. Natalie enjoys organising and coordinating events as part of the AADA Committee and values the Association's commitment to professional development. She is keen to see the faces of younger doctors at our meetings.

Dr Rose Niu MBBS MPH FRACGP MMed (Skin Cancer) FACAM
AADA Treasurer

Dr. Rose Niu was born in China and received her medical degree there in 2001. She graduated from the University of Sydney with a Master of Public Health in 2004. She then moved to Brisbane for hospital training. She obtained FRACGP in 2011, a Master of Medicine in Skin Cancer from the University of Queensland in 2013 and became a fellow of the Australasian College of Aesthetic Medicine in 2014. Currently, she is practicing cosmetic and skin cancer medicine in Brisbane. She loves gourmet food and travel.