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Winthrop Professor Marcus Atlas

Inaugural Garnett Passe and Rodney Williams Foundation Chair in Otolaryngology at The University of Western Australia

Born in Perth, Professor Atlas graduated in Medicine (MBBS) at the University of Western Australia in 1982. An interest in ear and hearing disorders was established early in his career and he completed the Fellowship of the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons (FRACS), specialising in Otolaryngology, in 1990. He was awarded the Athelstan and Amy Saw Medical Scholarship to undertake fellowships in ear and skull base surgery at Cambridge, UK and Pittsburgh, USA, and returned to Australia to take up an appointment at St Vincent’s Hospital campus in Sydney. He spent nearly 10 years there, specialising in ear and hearing surgery before returning to Perth in 2000. Professor Atlas is married with two children.

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Academic Career

Professor Atlas holds the Inaugural (2000) Garnett Passe and Rodney Williams Foundation Chair in Otolaryngology at The University of Western Australia. He is the Director of the Ear Sciences Centre at The University of Western Australia, and Director of the Ear Science Institute Australia.

Further information related to research programmes, student applications and Fellowships, which are administrated by the Ear Sciences Centre and the Ear Science Institute Australia, click on the following links:

Research Programmes

Fellowships

Publications

Professor Atlas is the author of two internationally recognised books, ten book chapters and has authored more than eighty papers, published in refereed journals, and has produced a number of surgical DVD's that have been released world-wide. He has convened, or has been the invited instructor, at over thirty hands-on surgical courses, both in Australia and overseas.

A Guide to Temporal Bone Dissection.

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