Dr Kate Eisenberg is a doctor and neuroscientist who has chosen a career in clinical medicine with a passion for women’s health and wellbeing, including cosmetic and aesthetic medicine. She is currently completing her Advanced Diploma in Obstetrics and Gynaecology at Queanbeyan Hospital, alongside her RACGP Fellowship along with extensive training in cosmetic injectables.
Since completing her medical degree through the Australian National University she has been working in hospitals across Canberra and South Eastern NSW. Prior to this, Kate taught neuroscience and anatomy at the University of Sydney and in the University of Queensland’s medical schools.
She has settled in Canberra with her husband, two daughters and two pug dogs. In addition to her medical career, Kate was named a finalist for the ACT Young Australian of the Year 2016 and was awarded ACT Young Woman of the Year 2014 for her advocacy work in women’s health, scientific education and sustainable medical practice within the ACT. She is often invited to speak at medical and non-medical conferences nationally and internationally, most recently as a guest of honour at the Future Shapers forum 2017 on behalf of the Sir Ronald Wilson Foundation.