Professor Guy Maddern
|Position||Professor of Head of Discipline / Head of Discipline|
|Org Unit||Surgical Specialties|
|Telephone||+61 8 8222 4138 / +61 8 8222 6756|
QEH - Main Bldg
Royal Adelaide Hospital
Floor/Room 6 , , The Queen Elizabeth Hospital
Throughout his surgical career Professor Guy Maddern has developed strong experience and expertise in translational research, starting during his three years of clinical and research work in Europe (1989-1992). He returned to Adelaide in 1993 to take up a University of Adelaide appointment as Professor of Surgery at The Queen Elizabeth Hospital. Since then, Prof Maddern has been invited to lecture, both nationally and internationally; has been awarded the John Mitchell Crouch Fellowship for outstanding research; has authored numerous book chapters; has edited and co-authored textbooks; published in refereed journals extensively and has been awarded over $20,000,000 in grant funding. In October 1997, Professor Maddern was appointed the Foundation Surgical Director of the Australian Safety and Efficacy Register of New Interventional Prodedures - Surgical (ASERNIP-S), which required setting up rigorous scientific assessment platform for new interventional procedures and technologies as they apply to the practice of surgery. This has become a major aspect of evidence based surgical practice, which yields important fruits for the international surgical community.
During 1999 Professor Maddern was awarded the position of Foundation Visitor for the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons Scientific Meeting. Prof Maddern has also been awarded a James IV Travelling Surgical Fellowship. These awards represent a substantial recognition of Professor Maddern's standing within the international surgical community.
Professor Maddern is currently Head of Research at the Basil Hetzel Research Institute of the Queen Elizabeth Hospital.
RP Jepson Professor of Surgery, University of Adelaide
Director, Division of Surgery, The Queen Elizabeth Hospital
Head, Department General Surgery
Head, Upper Gastrointestinal Unit
Director, Basil Hetzel Institute
Surgical Director, ASERNIP-S (Australian Safety and Efficacy Register of New Interventional Procedures – Surgical) Royal Australasian College of Surgeons
Coordinator, Rural Surgical Services, University of Adelaide
Surgical Clinical Director, Country Health SA
Clinical Director of Surgery, Central Adelaide Local Health Network
University of Adelaide:
National health and Medical Research Council Project Grant Advanced imaging to define hepatic and intestinal drug disposition in aging and liver disease (with M Roberts, D Crawford) 2013-2015 $311,195 HCF Health and Medical Research Foundation Use of surgical and radiology checklists in Australian hospitals: uptake, barriers and enablers (with W Runciman, C Mandel, T Schultz, Z Munn) 2013-2015 $514,975 National health and Medical Research Council Project Grant In vivo evaluation of the safety and efficacy of a novel chitosan gel in the reduction of adhesions following abdominal surgery in both animal and human models 2011-2014 $255,000 ARC Linkage Grant On the cutting edge: promoting best practice in surgical innovation (with WA Rogers, AJ Johnson, C Townley, J Sheridan, A Ballantyune, M Lotz, D Meyerson, GF Tomosey, AA Eyers, CJ Thomson) 2010 $35,000 Cancer Council of South Australia Seeding Grant: Data Manager support for National Breast Cancer Audit (Australian Safety and Efficacy Register of New Interventional Procedures Surgical) (with J Kollias, W Babidge, P De Silva) 2009-2013 $1,036,925 National Health and Medical Research Council Prospective evaluation of a model to predict outcomes following evndovascular aortic aneurysm repair (with R Fitridge, M Boult, J Golledge, M Thompson, M Barnes) 2009-2013 $1,250,000 TQEH Research Foundation Program Grant Development and assessment of novel surgical technologies and their introduction into the Australian healthcare system (with PJ Wormald, G Jamieson, R Fitridge, P Hewett) 2009-2011 $1,076,876 South Australian Department of Health Assessment of new technologies (Australian Safety and Efficacy Register of New Interventional Procedures Surgical) 2008-2011 $1,501,328 Commonwealth Department of Health and Aged Care Medical Services Advisory Committee (MSAC) grant. Australian Safety and Efficacy Register of New Interventional Procedures Surgical 2008-2011 $5,000,000 Commonwealth Department of Health and Ageing/Royal Australasian College of Surgeons Introduction and assessment of surgical simulation in Australia 2008 $7,400 TQEH Research Foundation Small Grant Colorectal cancer, adhesions and chitosan gel 2008 $54,000 TQEH Research Foundation The effects of neoadjuvant chemotherapy on liver resection for colorectal liver metastases. A prospective study 2008 $82,750 Cancer Council South Australia The effect of portal venous pressure on remnant function and regeneration following liver resection in a pig model
Previous Research Grant Funding Awarded Totals: $16,748,565
Categories Medicine & Medical Research Expertise Surgery Notes Alt phone: (08) 8222 6750
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