Professor Anders Cervin
Professor Anders Cervin is a specialist ear nose and throat (ENT) surgeon with over 20 years of experience. Professor Cervin is internationally well known for his experience and research in chronic sinusitis. His special interest is nose and sinus surgery, anterior skull base surgery. In research, Prof Cervin is focusing on the role of the microbiota in chronic airway disease and the possibility to modify disease expression by the introduction of a flora of bacteria with an interfering capacity against common airway pathogens (Probiotic). He is principal investigator in the POPI project (Prevention of Otitis Media with Probiotics in Indigenous Children) and in the Probiotic Discovery & Development team, investigating probiotics for the treatment of chronic sinusitis.
Professor Cervin completed his medical degree at Lund University, Sweden and undertook specialist training at Lund University Hospital. He has been a recipient of the Garnett Passe and Rodney Williams Memorial Foundation Research Fellowship in 1999 and more recently a Conjoint Grant. He is since 2102 The Garnett Passe & Rodney Williams Memorial Foundation Chair in Otolaryngology (Rhinology) Faculty of Medicine, University of Queensland.
|Other GPRWMF awards received by awardee||Year|
|Conjoint Grant||Probiotics to prevent otitis media in Australian Indigenous Infants||2019|