Lisa Stamp, MBChB, FRACP, PhD
Dr. Stamp is a rheumatologist at Christchurch Public Hospital in New Zealand. She is also a professor of medicine at the University of Otago, Christchurch.
Dr. Stamp’s research interests include individualization of drug treatments in rheumatic conditions, including dosing of allopurinol and the role of oxypurinol concentrations in gout. She is the director of the Canterbury Rheumatology Immunology Research Group, and has been awarded an Early Career Research award and the Carl Smith Medal for research by the University of Otago. She has also been awarded The Arthritis New Zealand National Researcher Award.
Dr. Stamp completed her rheumatology training in New Zealand and Adelaide, and received her PhD at the University of Adelaide in Australia.