Dr. Zahrul Ismadi

Clinical and Metabolic Geneticist


Dr. Zahrul Ismadi is a Fellow of the Royal Australasian College of Physicians in the field of Clinical and Metabolic Genetics.

Dr. Ismadi completed his undergraduate medical training at Monash University, and since then, he has gained experience in a wide range of medical settings. His diverse background includes work in adult and paediatric subspecialties, as well as trainee pathologist in biochemistry.

Dr. Ismadi’s areas of expertise are:

  • Genetic counselling
  • Preconception genetic carrier screening
  • Inherited metabolic disorders (including mitochondrial and lysosomal storage diseases)
  • Undiagnosed genetic syndromes
  • Inherited developmental and learning disorders

Dr. Ismadi’s passion for inherited disorders has led him to train under world-renowned experts at The Children’s Hospital at Westmead, Sydney Children’s Hospital, and Westmead Hospital. Additionally, he was a postgraduate fellow in the Department of Genetics at Liverpool Hospital where he refined his expertise in dysmorphology and prenatal genetic counselling. He is currently a valued staff specialist in the Genetic Metabolic Disorders Service at Sydney Children’s Hospital Network.

Dr. Ismadi is dedicated to providing exceptional care to patients of all ages and accepts referrals for a wide range of conditions,

Beyond his medical expertise, Dr. Ismadi is committed to medical education and mentoring future clinicians. He actively participates in the Sir John Monash Mentorship Programme, providing invaluable guidance to high-achieving university students from diverse backgrounds. He tutors young doctors and medical students and has presented at various local and international conferences.

In his free time, Dr. Ismadi indulges his passion for coffee and enjoys baking. When the weather permits, he can be found exploring Sydney and beyond on two wheels.

Dr. Ismadi can consult with Paediatric Patients and Adult Patients.

Dr. Zahrul Isamdi – available for appointments on Selected Saturdays (commencing 13 January 2024).