Wayne Morrison has recently retired from clinical practice. He was former Head of Dept of Plastic surgery at St Vincent’s hospital Melbourne, Professor of Surgery University Melbourne, Director of the O’Brien Institute of Microsurgery and Director of the O’Brien Foundation for microsurgery research.
He is a graduate of The University of Melbourne and trained in Plastic and hand surgery at St Vincent’s (B. O’Brien, A McLeod), Canniesburn hospital Glasgow ( T. Gibson, I. McGregor, I. Jackson, J. Mustarde, G. Lister), Paris (R.Tubiana), Miami (R.Millard).
Appointed Plastic surgeon St Vincent’s hospital 1976, Geelong hospital 1977, Heidelberg Repatriation hospital, 1977, Deputy director Microsurgery Research Unit (now O’Brien Institute), St Vincent’s hospital 1980.
Prof. Morrison has published widely, gained multiple competitive (NHMRC, ARC, state and federal government), philanthropic and private research grants, and is recipient of several national and international awards, named lectureships and visiting professorships. He has supervised many PhD and post graduate degree students. He was awarded an AM for pioneering work in plastic and microsurgery in 2001.
For correspondence regarding current research projects at O’Brien Institute at St Vincent’s Institute, please contact the new director, Dr Ramin Shayan, or the unit heads of the individual research programs:
Further details are listed on the websites; St Vincent’s Institute of medical discovery, research themes, O’Brien Institute department. Further details are available on the O’Brien Foundation website.