Dr Michael Holt received his medical degree from The University of Queensland. He was awarded Fellowship of the RACP in 2014 after completing respiratory training at The Prince Charles Hospital and a sleep medicine fellowship at Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital. In 2015, Michael commenced his sub-specialty training with the inaugural Mycobacterial Fellowship at Princess Alexandra Hospital. He subsequently completed all parts of the United States Medical Licensing Examination and obtained a Colorado Physician Training License to pursue further training as the Lowerre Fellow at National Jewish Health, the premier respiratory hospital in the USA. This endowed clinical and research fellowship was recognised by the University of Colorado and spanned 2 years, concluding in 2019.
Dr Holt is currently studying a PhD with The University of Queensland. He has been published in international journals and presented scientific abstracts and didactic sessions at American Thoracic Society conferences. He remains an active member of the American Thoracic Society, serving on the Program Committee of the Assembly for Pulmonary Infections and Tuberculosis. He also maintains membership of the Thoracic Society of Australia and New Zealand, and the Australasian Sleep Association.
Dr Michael Holt has recently joined Pulmedica and is accepting referrals for all aspects of respiratory and sleep medicine.