Dr Stuart Turnbull graduated MB, BS, BMedSc from Monash University. Dr Turnbull spent several years working in various positions at Western Hospital, gaining experience in a range of disciplines. He took up a medical advisor position at the Victorian Public Transport Corporation before becoming Chief Medical Officer in 1994. After gaining a GDOEH from Monash, Dr Turnbull worked as a medical advisor in many industries although his main areas of expertise are in the rail and maritime sectors.
Dr Turnbull is presently Chief Medical Officer for Metro Trains Melbourne and Vline and also advises other rail operators on the health and wellbeing of their workers. He has been involved in the development of the NTC National Medical Standards for Rail Safety Workers and is a delegate to the UIMC. He is also an MRO, offering advice on drug testing.
Dr Asgari completed her Medical training in 1995 and has worked in general medicine for over 20 years. Since 2006, she has worked in occupational and corporate health, covering injury management, rehabilitation and return to work, pre placement medical examinations, immigration and travel medicine and periodical health assessments of safety critical workers such as rail and defence. Dr Asgari has extensive medical research experience and has a PhD in Biology from Melbourne University.