Bill is a founding director and senior consultant at ADL (Age Diagnostic Labs) as a Research Clinical and Nutritional Biochemist. As a Board Certified Diplomat of the American Academy of Anti-Ageing Medicine (A4M), Bill has been responsible for promoting Anti-Ageing Medicine for over ten years in the USA, Europe, Australia and Asia. More recently he has been appointed as a foundation scientific board member by ESAAM (European Society of Anti-Ageing Medicine). With the assistance of the A4M, Bill Anton helped establish the AustralAsian Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine (A5M).
Bill has extensive experience in integrative and anti-ageing medicine. As a non-clinical endocrinologist (scientist), he has researched and developed reference ranges for hormone supplementation in serum, urine and saliva relative to standard anti-aging medicine protocols. In addition, he has been instrumental in designing and establishing a number of test panels for Integrative and Anti-Ageing Medicine at ADL. Bill Anton is also a lecturer and examiner for the European Specialization Course in Anti-Aging Medicine and the A4M and A5M Fellowship Programs. Bill has also worked as a healthcare practitioner for 10 years in an anti-ageing clinic.
Bill lectures and conducts workshops all arond the world on functional medicine assessment, interpretation and treatment options for the World Anti-Aging Academy of Medicine, relative to Anti-Aging.
Peter Gotis has worked in the pathology testing industry for over 25 years. His early involvement here was predominantly in business development and customer liaison, and as such places a high importance on personalized customer service within ADL. Over the last 14 years since ADL was established, Peter as the Business Development Manager has steadily grown the company, in an immensely competitive market, to become one of the largest specialist laboratories in this new and growing area of medicine.
Mary has extensive experience in the private pathology industry. For many years Mary managed the general Lab Administration area of a large pathology laboratory, and as such is very committed to the ongoing delivery of exceptional customer service to all our referring practitioners.
In her current role Mary is responsible for overseeing the ADL Customer Service staff, ensuring all national and international accounts' dealings with ADL are positive and completed in a timely manner, as well as fostering ongoing successful business relationships with ADL's clients.
Vanita Dahia works as a clinical consultant at ADL providing technical assistance to doctors, naturopaths, and allied health practitioners. Vanita has extensive experience as a pharmacist in both conventional and integrative medicine. She has worked in community and hospital pharmacy as well as the pharmaceutical industry in Australia and South Africa. Having owned and managed one of the oldest traditional compounding pharmacies in Australia for 16 years, Vanita is a wealth of information on bioidentical hormone replacement therapy, mental health, dermatology, alternative cancer therapies, custom tailored nutritional medicine and cosmaceutical skin therapy.
Vanita values the principle of optimal integrative health to empower, heal and serve. She incorporates her pharmaceutical compounding knowledge together with herbalism, homoeopathy, ayurvedic medicine and energy medicine to assist others to achieve the best health outcomes. Vanita is an international speaker to patients and doctors on aspects of mental health, anti-aging medicine, and integrative health. She is also a regular guest speaker for the Psoriasis foundation and SLE foundation and is an active member of PCCA, A5M, IACP, PSA and on the board of DepressioNet. Vanita has postgraduate qualifications in Nutrition (Mental Health) and Anti-ageing Medicine (A5M).
John obtained his Bachelor of Health Sciences from the Australian College of Natural medicine. He is ADL's Food Sensitivity Testing and Treatment product specialist. John has been trained in the USA in the interpretation of Food and Chemicals Intolerance test reports. He is available for discussion with practitioners in all areas of food allergy/intolerance including results interpretation and guidance in rotational diet selection and preparation.
John has also trained on all aspects of clinical support with the ADL test range and offers advice and support to practitioners and patients on a daily basis. In addition, John has been involved in conducting nutritional cooking classes to educate and encourage people towards healthy and nutritious eating.
Nick obtained his Bachelor of Sciences in 1988 from RMIT. Nick has extensive and diverse scientific experience in the clinical laboratory area gained over 20 years of experience of working in pathology. His broad knowledge allows him to have an understanding of all disciplines in the laboratory. Nick has extensive and diverse scientific experience in the clinical laboratory area. His strengths include Haematology, Immunology and Endocrinology. In particular Nick's knowledge and expertise centres around the serological ELISA assays.
Brian obtained his PhD from the Monash University in 1984. Throughout his 25 year career thus far, he has gained extensive experience in Hospital, University and Research laboratory environments. Brian's expertise is in trace element analysis and metabolism. In additin, he is heavily involved in the development of new assays at ADL.
Ken has a vast knowledge of Endocrinology and General Metabolism arising from approximately 10 years in hospital pathology and approximately 20 years in biomedical research. Currently Ken's main areas of laboratory responsibility at ADL are the analysis of urine steroids using GCMS and overseeing the analysis of hormones in saliva, blood and urine by immunoassay (RIA or ELISA) or by autoanalysis on the Abbott Architect, Immulyte and Liaison. He is also the second in charge in the Main Biochemistry Department.
His previous research experience of relevance to this position includes the development of a novel islet transplantation procedure for the treatment of Type 1 diabetes and the use of tissue engineering techniques to generate a new growth hormone producing "organoid". He has engaged in research into blood vessel structure and function, ischaemia-reperfusion studies in skeletal and cardiac muscle (notably in acute myocardial infarction), connective tissue disorders such as osteoporosis, vitamin D studies in the presence and absence of sunscreens, and the role of free radicals and oxidants during cigarette smoking in relation to lung diseases such as COPD or emphysema, wound healing, as well as lipid oxidation during atherosclerosis and Type 2 diabetes.