Enisa Hasic graduated from New South Wales University with a Bachelor of Science (Microbiology), however, her working life has focused on immunology, both research and clinical.
Her first job was as Hospital Scientist at the Kanematsu Research Institute, Sydney Hospital, a 16-month stint in melanoma research with Dr Peter Hersey, Clinical Immunologist.
Her next employment was as Hospital Scientist in charge of the Immunohistochemistry laboratory at the Department of Eye Pathology, Sydney Eye Hospital, a role she relished for 15 years under the expertise of Dr Marijan Filipic, Director of Eye Pathology.
When the department amalgamated with the Department of Anatomical Pathology at Prince of Wales Hospital, Enisa transferred to the new site. Today, she is Hospital Scientist in charge of the Immunohistochemistry laboratory there, performing tests for clinical and research applications.
Enisa is also Honorary Research Associate at Save Sight Institute, where her long association with ophthalmic pathology and expertise in immunohistochemistry make her a valuable member of the Ophthalmic Pathology Research Group.
- Cherepanoff S, Hasic E & Gillies M. S100: A novel marker of RPE activation or Dysfunction? Clinical & Experimental Ophthalmology, 2013. 41(s1): 119.