Dr Hubert Low is a fully-qualified surgeon specialising in microvascular/ head and neck reconstruction, facial nerve rehabilitation and transoral robotic surgery.
He began his career in general surgery at Royal North Shore Hospital and Royal Prince Alfred Hospital in Sydney. During that time he was mentored by Chris O’Brien for Head and Neck surgery and Leigh Delbridge/ Mark Sywak for Thyroid/ Parathyroid surgery.
He moved to Adelaide, to Flinders Medical Centre and Women and Children Hospital, to do Otolaryngology Head and Neck surgery. After two years, he returned to New South Wales and worked across Sydney Hospital, Prince of Wales Hospital, John Hunter Hospital and finally at the Royal Prince Alfred Hospital.
After his registrar training, he pursued further post fellowship training in Head and Neck Oncology/ Sleep apnoea surgery at Western Australia’s Royal Perth Hospital. For the last 16 months, he has worked at Chang Gung Memorial Hospital in Taiwan under Prof Fu Chan Wei and Victoria Hospital, in Canada under Prof John Yoo, to further his training in microvascular/ head and neck reconstruction, facial nerve rehabilitation and transoral robotic surgery.
Dr Low is a member of the Australasian Head and Neck Society and the Australasian Society and a Fellow of the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons.
He has presented at conferences all over the world, and has published a large number of peer-reviewed research articles.