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Surgeon

Michael Denis Kelly, Australian surgeon. Recipient Grays Point Anatomy prize, 1983, Practical Anatomy prize, 1984, Wellcome prize, 1985. Member of Royal College Surgeons England, Royal Australasian College Surgeons (travelling fellowship 1999).

Background

Kelly, Michael Denis was born on September 23, 1964 in Penrith, New South Wales, Australia. Son of Denis Joseph Kelly and Wilma Ruth Devlin.

Education

Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery (honors 1), University New South Wales, St Vincent's Hospital Clinical School, Sydney, 1987. Master of Science, University New South Wales, 2001.

Career

Research fellow Imperial College. Honorary clinical fellow Hammersmith Hospital, 1998—1999. Lecturer surgery University College Dublin, 1999—2000.

Fellow upper gastrointestinal surgery Royal Infirmary, Glasgow, Scotland, 2000—2001. Senior lecturer surgery University New South Wales, Sydney, 2001—2002. Surgeon Frenchay Hospital, Bristol, England, since 2004, upper GI surgeon, since 2004.

Specialist upper GI laparoscopic surgery and Endoscopic retrograde cholangiopancreatography. Honorary clinical fellow Queen Mary Hospital, Hong Kong, 2003. Research editor World Journal Emergency Surgery, since 2008.

Member Catholic Medical Association, Bristol, 2008.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Contributor articles to medical journals, chapters to books.

Membership

Member of Royal College Surgeons England, Royal Australasian College Surgeons (travelling fellowship 1999).

Connections

father:
Denis Joseph Kelly

mother:
Wilma Ruth Devlin