Associate Professor Troy Gianduzzo
MBBS FRACS (Urol)
Associate Professor Troy R.J. Gianduzzo, MBBS FRACS (Urol) specialises in prostate and kidney cancer. He is an established robotic and laparoscopic surgeon with experience of around 1000 minimally invasive procedures including over 800 robotic and laparoscopic radical prostatectomies. A/Prof Gianduzzo is one of the first Australian surgeons to be internationally recognised as a Surgeon of Excellence in Robotic SurgeryTM designee by the U.S. based Surgical Review Corporation, which he achieved in conjunction with the Wesley Hospital which was accredited as a Centre of Excellence in Robotic SurgeryTM. A/Prof Gianduzzo is the national secretary of the Australia and New Zealand Association of Urological Surgeons (ANZAUS), co-chair of the Wesley Hospital Robotic Advisory Committee, chairman of the Wesley Hospital Medical Advisory Committee, and chairman of the Wesley Hospital Urology Craft Group.
A/Prof Gianduzzo completed his urology training in Australia in 2003 and undertook a further 3 1/2 years of advanced fellowship training in the UK and the USA. He was trained by leading international experts including Professor Christopher Eden (UK) and Professor Inderbir Gill (USA). Professor Eden is one of Europe's pioneering laparoscopic (keyhole) urological surgeons, while Professor Gill is internationally acknowledged as one of the world's leading laparoscopic and robotic surgeons. A/Prof Gianduzzo was personally invited by Professor Gill to undertake a fellowship at the Cleveland Clinic, which is ranked as one of the top 2 urology departments in the United States.
A/Prof Gianduzzo is the recipient of a number of national and international prizes for research. He has published and presented nationally and internationally, and has contributed to the authorship of urological texts. He is a reviewer for national and international journals, and has been invited as faculty at international meetings such as the World Congress of Endourology and SWL.