Dr Daman Langguth

B Med Sci, MBBS, FRACP (Paediatrics), FRCPA

Special Practice Responsibilities

Head of Immunology Department
Chair of SNP Partners
Member of Executive Advisory Committee
Chair of the Data Request Committee

Specialty

Immunology

Phone number

07 3377 8698

Email: immunologist@snp.com.au

Special Interests: Idiopathic inflammatory myositis, Vasculitis, IgG4-related systemic disease and e-Health

Dr Daman Langguth is an immunologist who is Head of the Immunology Department at Sullivan Nicolaides Pathology, Brisbane. He is also a Clinical Immunologist visiting the Wesley Hospital, Brisbane and is a clinical tutor at the Wesley Hospital for the University of Queensland Medical School.

He has particular expertise in the investigation of auto-immune disease, allergy, and immune deficiency and has special interests in idiopathic inflammatory myositis, Vasculitis, IgG4-related systemic disease and e-Health.

Dr Langguth gained his medical qualifications at Auckland Medical School, New Zealand and then trained in rheumatology and immunology in Perth and Brisbane.

He has fellowships and memberships of the Australian Rheumatology Association, the Australasian Society of Clinical Immunology, the Australian Medical Association, the Federation of Clinical Immunology Societies, the Royal College of Pathologists of Australasia and the Royal Australasian College of Physicians.

Dr Langguth is a member of the Immunopathology advisory committee of the RCPA; a member of the Board of Professional Practice and Quality of the RCPA; an immunopathology member of the Commonwealth Government Department of Health's Pathology Services Advisory Committee; an immunopathology standing expert of the Department of Health's Medical Services Advisory Committee; a member of the Department of Health's Quality Use of Pathology Committee; a member of the Autoimmune Working Party of the RCPA quality assurance program; and Immunology Editor of Lab Tests Online Australasia.

He is currently collaborating with the University of Queensland in research into the role of Pas n 1 in grass allergy. Other projects include: an investigation of the novel defects in innate immunity in SLE; the latitude gradient of GPA; and novel antibodies in autoimmune encephalitis.

Dr Langguth is widely published.