Dr Joshua Inglis

Academic Status

College of Medicine and Public Health

place Flinders Medical Centre
GPO Box 2100, Adelaide 5001, South Australia

I am a dedicated health leader committed to enhancing the patient experience and optimising the delivery of healthcare. With a diverse background spanning digital health systems, academia, and clinical practice, I bring a unique blend of skills to drive positive change.

As a clinician-researcher and Specialist Physician in Clinical Pharmacology, my expertise includes the prevention of cardiovascular disease, management of patients with multimorbidity and optimising medication use. As an active researcher with over 25 publications, I am pursuing a PhD in the field of multimorbidity and polypharmacy. My research interests include clinical epidemiology, health economics and health services research.

Passionate about advancing therapeutics in areas of unmet need, I have been an expert reviewer for Human Research Ethics Committees in both public and private settings specialising in clinical trials and big data. I have been an investigator on over 30 clinical trials and provided strategic advice to early-stage biotechnology companies on clinical development planning, therapeutic commercialisation and trial design.


Fellowship of Adult Medicine Division, Clinical Pharmacology, Royal Australasian College of Physicians

Clinical Diploma in Palliative Medicines, Royal Australasian College of Physicians

Graduate Certificate in Clinical Education, Flinders University

Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery, University of Adelaide

Honours, awards and grants

2021 Allan Kerr Grant Award in category of Outstanding Vocational Trainee, Central Adelaide Local Health Network

2016 Year 6 Award, University of Adelaide

2012 President’s Award, Adelaide Medical Students’ Society


Bacchi S (CIA), Smith W (CIB), Shakib S (CIC), Inglis J (CID). Electronic Penicillin Allergy Screening with Machine Learning (EPAS-ML) with Systematic Allergy Delabelling. Clinical Rapid Implementation Project Scheme 2023-2025, Central Adelaide Local Health Network. $200,000.

Key responsibilities

EMR Optimisation Lead, Office of the Chief Medical Information Officer, Department of Health and Wellbeing

Member of South Australian Medicines Evaluation Panel, Department of Health and Wellbeing

Expert HREC Reviewer, Bellberry

Teaching interests

Clinical Pharmacology

Quality Use of Medicines

Clinical Reasoning