Graham Clarke

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  • Born

    born in Camden, NSW
  • Finished Secondary school

    He finished his secondary education as a boarder at Scots College in Sydney
  • Graduate university

    Clarke then went to the University of Sydney graduating with honors from an MB, BS degree
  • Registrar in neurosurgery and otolaryngology

    specialising as a registrar in neurosurgery and otolaryngology
  • Bionic Ear institute

    In 1984 Clark founded the Bionic Ear Institute and acted as its director until 2005.
  • University of Wollongong

    Professor at the University of Wollongong
  • La Trobe university

    Distinguished professor at La Trobe University
  • Latest timeline

    He distinguished researcher at the ICT for Life Sciences.
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    Worked At the Royal Prince Alfred and North shore hospital

    Clarke start working at the Royal Prince Alfred and North Shore Hospitals as a resident medical officer
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    England

    Clarke left for England, starting working as senior house surgeon at the Royal National Throat, Nose and Ear Hospital (1962) and senior registrar in otolaryngology at the Bristol General Hospital (1963).
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    Returned to Australia

    Clark returned to Australia and the Royal Victorian Eye and Ear Hospital as assistant and then senior ENT surgeon
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    Held position

    He held this position concurrently with ENT surgery positions at the Alfred, Austin and Repatriation General Hospitals
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    Returned to University

    Clark returned to the University of Sydney to embark on further study. He completed both an MS (1968) and a PhD degree (1969).
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    University of Melbourne

    In 1969, Clark accepted the William Gibson chair of otolaryngology at the University of Melbourne
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    Cochlear Implant Clinic

    Clark established the Cochlear Implant Clinic at the Royal Victorian Eye and Ear Hospital and was the surgeon in charge