APRSRN Member Research Profiles

APRSRN is comprised of national and international research leaders in Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. Collectively, they strive to conduct, supervise and foster research to share their knowledge and expertise in the rapidly evolving field of plastic surgery. 

Professor Mark Ashton, VIC

Research area: Aesthetic and reconstructive surgery, Breast surgery

Assoc Prof Sydney Ch’ng, NSW

Research area: Head and neck surgery, Reconstructive surgery, Melanoma and skin cancers, Craniomaxillofacial surgery

Dr Heather Cleland, VIC

Research area: Burns

Prof Rodney Cooter, SA

Research area: Breast surgery and implants

Dr Nicola Dean, SA

Research area: Breast reconstruction, Patient perspectives in surgical treatment

Prof Anand Deva, NSW

Research area: Wound healing and surgical infection, Breast and facial surgery, Breast implant safety

Mr Michael Findlay, VIC

Research area: Tissue engineering, Reconstructive surgery, Head and neck, Hand surgery

Assoc Prof Mark Gianoutsos, NSW

Research area: Craniomaxillofacial surgery

Dr Stephen Goldie, VIC

Research area: Burns

Prof David Hunter-Smith, VIC

Research area: Reconstructive surgery, Hand surgery, 3D Printing, Patient-reported outcomes measures

Assoc Prof Richard Lewandowski, QLD

Research area: Craniomaxillofacial surgery, Cleft lip and palate, Head and neck, Melanoma and skin cancer

Prof Anthony Penington, VIC

Research area: Craniomaxillofacial, Cleft lip and palate, Hand surgery, Head and neck, Melanoma and skin cancer, Paediatric

Prof Warren Rozen, VIC

Research area: Reconstructive surgery, Surgical anatomy, Breast surgery, Hand surgery

Dr Ramin Shayan, VIC

Research area: Lymphatic surgery, Reconstructive surgery, Head and neck surgery

Assoc Prof Jonathan Stretch, NSW

Research area: Melanoma and skin cancers

Prof Swee Tan (ONZM), NZ

Research area: Craniomaxillofacial surgery, Reconstructive surgery, Vascular birthmarks, Head and neck surgery

Dr Michael Wagels, QLD

Research area: Reconstructive surgery, Tissue engineering, Trauma surgery

Winthrop Prof Fiona Wood (AM), WA

Research area: Burns, Reconstructive surgery, Paediatric technology, Pre-operative investiagations/imaging

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