Clinical Professor Thierry Vancaillie

Clinical Professor Thierry Vancaillie

Gynaecologist & Pain Medicine Specialist

  • Clinical Professor in Gynaecology of the UNSW
  • MD
  • FRANZCOG
  • FFPMANZCA
  • VMO at Royal Hospital for Women

Professor Thierry Vancaillie is a gynaecologist and pain specialist, renowned for his role in developing minimally invasive procedures, including hysteroscopic and laparoscopic surgery. His expertise includes pudendal neuralgia, pelvic pain, post-surgical pain and the surgical treatment of infertility with Asherman’s Syndrome.

He has published over 200 papers, ranging from the application of electrosurgery to the world-first pilot study utilising Botulinum Toxin for pelvic floor muscle pain. He is a founding director of the Women’s Health and Research Institute of Australia working with our large interdisciplinary team.

After studying medicine in Namur, Belgium from 1973-1976 then Leuven, Belgium 1976-1980, Professor Vancaillie went on to complete his obstetrics and gynaecology specialist training in Bremen, Germany in 1985. He is a fellow of the RANZCOG, as well as fellow of the Faculty of Pain Medicine (FFPMANZCA).
 
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