Dr Sue Mei Lau is an endocrinologist with an interest in gestational diabetes, hormone disorders in pregnancy, hereditary endocrine cancer, menstrual disorders and general endocrinology.

Sue Mei graduated from Sydney University in 1998 with First Class Honours in Medicine. She completed her endocrinology training at Westmead Hospital and was awarded her FRACP in 2005. She was awarded her PhD in 2009 for research into diabetes in pregnancy conducted at the Garvan Institute of Medical Research in Sydney.

Sue Mei also works as a Staff Specialist at Prince of Wales Hospital where she runs a general endocrine clinic and the Hereditary Endocrine Cancer clinic (in conjunction with cancer geneticist, Dr Kathy Tucker). She is a Staff Specialist at the Royal Hospital for Women, Randwick, where she runs a gestational diabetes clinic and is a Physician On-Call. Dr Lau has admitting rights to The Prince of Wales Private Hospital and has a private practice in Suite 20.

Dr Lau is a Conjoint Lecturer at the University of New South Wales and participates in medical student teaching and supervision of research projects. She is involved in general practitioner education programs with the Eastern Sydney network.

Sue Mei has a strong research interest in diabetes in pregnancy, developmental programming and insulin secretion in diabetes. She is a postdoctoral research officer in the Diabetes and Transcription Factors Research Group at the Garvan Institute of Medical Research, and works with mouse models of diabetes.

Sue Mei has a clinical research interest in the endocrine disorders of pregnancy and is involved in a number of research projects studying pregnant women.