Dr Nicole Kramer is a medical graduate of the University of Auckland. Initially training as a medical registrar and completing her FRACP examinations she switched to pathology, becoming a fellow of the Royal College of Pathologists of Australasia in 2011.
Dr Kramer left New Zealand in 2022 to join the team at Envoi.
Dr Kramer has been a Board Director of the Royal College of Pathologists (NZ vice-president) and vice-president for the NZ Society of Pathologists. She served as a lead pathologist for the NZ Bowel Screening Pilot, chairing the histopathology standards and digital data extraction subgroups and supporting the implementation of screening in laboratories throughout NZ. She has been a member of the National Bowel Cancer Working Group, Bowel Screening Advisory Group, the Cancer Health Information Strategy group and more recently, the NZ Cancer Agency (Te Aho o Te Kahu) colorectal cancer subgroup.
Dr Kramer’s subspecialty interests include neuroendocrine tumours, with a number of collaborative publications with members of the NETwork research group. She has extensive experience in liver and liver transplant pathology, reporting for the NZ Liver Transplant Unit for ten years prior to moving to Australia. She has a research interest in the quality of anatomic pathology reporting and has recently completed her Masters in Health Leadership, specialising in quality.