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Andrew H Kaye

 Department of Neurosurgery, Royal Melbourne Hospital, University of Melbourne, Grattan Street, Parkville, VIC 3050, Australia

Biography

 Andrew H. Kaye, MD serves as Director and Professor of Neurosurgery and James Stewart Professor of Surgery at the University of Melbourne, and Director of the Melbourne Neuroscience Centre, The Royal Melbourne Hospital. He holds particular research interest in the mechanisms of brain tumor cell invasion, intracellular signaling, and development of gene therapy treatment programs. He is an author of the Elsevier publication Brain Tumors, 3rd Edition.

Dr. Kaye completed much of his medical education in Melbourne, Australia. He spent time at Radcliffe Infirmary in Oxford, which he followed up with time in London where he conducted research in the Institute of Neurology at Queens Square. He joined the Royal Melbourne Hospital upon his return to Australia, and continued work as a researcher and educator. Dr. Kaye was the founding Editor in Chief of the Journal of Clinical Neuroscience. He is Chairman of the royal Australasian College of Surgeons Board of Neurosurgery, and is an Examiner in Neurosurgery.

Research Interest

 His main clinical and research interest involves neuro-oncology and cerebrovascular disease. In 1992 he was awarded the John Mitchell Crouch Fellowship by the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons, and in 1997 was appointed the Sir Arthur Sims Commonwealth Travelling Professor. In 2003 the American Association of Neurological Surgeons honoured him with the Ronald Bittner Award for contributions to the treatment of brain tumours and in 2006 the Paul Bucy Award for his contribution to neurosurgery education. In 2004 he presented the Sir John Eccles Lecture at the Australian Neuroscience Society. 

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