Dr Timothy Fazio is a specialist physician and health informatician currently employed in both clinical and informatics leadership roles. Tim is a native Melburnian and proud medical graduate of Monash University. 

His internship and majority of his physician training was undertaken at the Royal Melbourne Hospital. He has also worked as a consultant metabolic physician as Westmead Hospital, Sydney – Australia’s only other dedicated adult metabolic diseases unit. His clinical work spans all aspects of adult inborn errors of metabolism, as well as general medicine. He is an examiner for the Royal Australasian College of Physicians, and active in teaching and research including early phase clinical trials. 

Tim has had a long commitment to informatics at the Royal Melbourne Hospital, and currently serves as Chief Medical Information Officer and Clinical Informatics lead. Tim was the inaugural graduate at the University of Melbourne Master of Information System specialising in Health, and is a Certified Health Informatician. He has been an invited speaker at a variety of informatics conferences, has served on state and national representative and strategic bodies, and publishes regularly. Tim was awarded the highest membership of the Australasian Institute of Digital Health for outstanding professional accomplishment in digital health and health informatics.