Daniel Timperley MBChB FRACS
Daniel trained in New Zealand, with 6 years of medical school followed by 2 years as a resident. He then spent a total of 8 years in basic and advanced surgical training in Ear, Nose and Throat surgery, qualifying as a Fellow of the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons. Following completion of that advanced training, Daniel spent a year in Sydney undergoing further specialist training in rhinoplasty and endoscopic sinus and skull base surgery with Associate Professors Ray Sacks and Richard Harvey, and Dr George Marcells.
He spent a further month working in Sao Paulo with Dr Aldo Stamm, a world leader in endoscopic skull base surgery. He is a fully qualified specialist and registered with the Medical Board of Australia.
Daniel has published papers on chronic sinusitis, sinus surgery and rhinoplasty. He has presented papers at conferences in Australia and New Zealand as well as internationally in USA and Brazil. He has been involved with teaching courses on Rhinoplasty, Endoscopic Orbital Surgery and Endoscopic Sinus surgery. In addition, he has attended many courses on ENT surgery including facial plastic surgery, temporal bone dissection and skull base surgery.
Daniel is currently a member of the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons and is the Queensland representative of the Australasian Rhinologic Society