Professor (Andrew) Simon Carney
Professor (Andrew) Simon Carney is Professor of ENT Surgery at Finders University in Adelaide, South Australia. He has authored 115 full publications,15 book chapters, 2 surgical dissection manuals and has received several awards for his contribution to ENT research and teaching. He has received over $4.5M in research funding and his work has over 4000 citations with an h-index of 37.
With the late Nick Antic, he designed and obtained funding for “SAMS Trial”, the world’s first RCT on multi-level sleep surgery, published in JAMA in 2021. His current research is on phenotyping patients to predict benefit from multi-level surgery and upper-airway stimulation.
He is a Past-President of the ANZ Rhinologic Society, Vice-Chairman and Director of the not-for-profit organisation Asia-Pacific Otolaryngology Surgical Training, a former member of The Medical Board of Australia and a member of the Commonwealth Government Panel of Clinical Experts. He is Associate Editor of The American Journal of Rhinology and Allergy and on the Editorial Boards of Rhinology and Clinical Otolaryngology.
|Other GPRWMF awards received by awardee||Year|
|Conjoint Grant||Selecting patients for sleep surgery using novel physiological and surgical phenotyping||2023|