Gynaecologist, Obstetrician, Pain Medicine Physician & Laparoscopic Surgeon
Jason completed his medical degree at the University of NSW and went on to train as a specialist at the Royal Hospital for Women. His interest in pelvic pain research was consolidated during his Pain specialty training under the tutelage of Professor Vancaillie. Jason was awarded the RANZCOG Robert Wrigley Pain Research Scholarship in 2013 as a part of his Pain Medicine Fellowship.
He is a RANZCOG training supervisor and continues to teach medical students at the University of Notre Dame.
Dr Chow’s research interests include:
Vancaillie, T., Kite, L., Howard, E., & Chow, J. (2018). Sacral neuromodulation for pelvic pain and pelvic organ dysfunction: A case series. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, 58(1), 102-107.
Vancaillie, T., Tan, Y., Chow, J., Kite, L., & Howard, E. (2018). Pain after vaginal prolapse repair surgery with mesh is a post‐surgical neuropathy which needs to be treated–and can possibly be prevented in some cases. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, 58(6), 696-700.