Dr Eve Denton is a Respiratory, Sleep and Allergy Physician with a special interest in severe asthma who combines clinical work and research at the Alfred and St Vincent’s Hospitals in Melbourne. After finishing her M.B.B.S(Hons) in 2008 she completed Basic Physician Training at the Alfred Hospital and undertook Respiratory and Sleep Medicine training at the Alfred Hospital and St Vincent’s Hospitals in Melbourne, qualifying as a Respiratory and Sleep Physician in 2016. During her basic and advanced training she completed a Masters of Public Health at Monash University focusing on epidemiology, biostatistics and clinical research and culminating in a minor thesis in lung cancer epidemiology. After finishing her specialty training she completed a two year clinical and research Fellowship at the Alfred Hospital focusing on Allergy and Asthma. She has an interest in inducible laryngreal obstruction and performs nasal endoscopy as well as assisting in setting up the Alfred Hospital Exercise-induced Laryngeal Obstruction (EILO) Service. She is currently undertaking a full time PhD in the area of Severe Asthma as well as her clinical duties and has published widely in peer reviewed journals.