Prof Michael Cox MBBS MS FRACS

Prof Michael Cox graduated from University of Melbourne in 1982. He trained at St. Vincent’s Hospital, Melbourne obtaining FRACS in General Surgery in 1990.  He worked as a senior registrar in the Belfast City Hospital and Colchester General Hospital in Essex. Whilst in Colchester he began training in laparoscopic surgery and ERCP. He returned to Australia in 1992 and was appointed Fellow in the HPB Unit at Flinders Medical Centre in Adelaide. In 1994, Michael was appointed Senior Lecturer and Staff Specialist at Nepean Hospital where he established the upper GI Surgical Unit with Prof Chris Martin. In 2008, he was appointed Professor of Surgery at Nepean Hospital.

Michael’s clinical and research interests include: complicated biliary stone disease, emergency general surgery and quality and safety in surgical practice.