Areas of interest
Mr Rana Dhillon completed his medical and postgraduate degrees at the Universities of Melbourne and Cambridge. He then completed his neurosurgical training in Australia, before undertaking additional fellowship years in Melbourne and Cambridge in minimally invasive spine, skull base and pituitary surgery. He has a subspecialty focus on pituitary tumours, trigeminal neuralgia and cervical spine pathology. His research on cellular mechanisms underlying recovery from cervical myelopathy was performed at the Anne Mclaren Laboratory of Regenerative Medicine and was made possible by RACS and NSA scholarships.
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Education and training
- Teaching of medical students and registrars
- Cellular mechanisms underlying recovery from cervical myelopathy