Dr Rowan Molnar is a medical professional who has a great deal of experience in anaesthesia at a tertiary referral hospital level. He holds a Master’s of Science in Health Profession Education and Certificate Advanced Teaching and Learning in Medical Education from the MGH Institute of Health Professions (USA). Prior to this, he received his Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS) in medicine from the University of Melbourne, Australia Fellowship in Anaesthesia from Australian and New Zealand College of Anaesthetists, and is a Harvard Macy Scholar from Harvard Business School and Harvard Medical School.
After completing his studies, Dr Rowan Molnar started his professional career with St. Vincent’s Hospital Melbourne in 1985, and through the years, he has earned a solid background in Anaesthetics, Breast Surgery, ENT, Lithotripsy, Orthopedic, Plastic Surgery, Thoracic, Upper GIT, Colorectal Surgery, Faciomaxillary, Urology, Neurosurgery, Ophthalmology, Pediatrics, Vacular, Gynecology, Hepatic & Biliary Surgery, Cardiac Surgery, Revascularisation, Valve Replacement, Aortic Arch Replacement, Emergency Aortic Dissection Surgery, Descending Aortic Surgery — Open And Endovascular, Clinical Research, Healthcare Management, Emergency Medicine, Liver Transplantation Anaesthesia, Transoesophageal Echocardiography, Major Sarcoma & Bone Tumour Surgery, and Hemipelvectomy.
Dr Rowan Rustem Molnar is a seasoned author who has contributed greatly to the development of the medical community. He has publications in various popular international medical journals including Pre — Bypass Myocardial Ischaemia in Patients Undergoing Coronary Artery Surgery, Evaluation of a Breathing Circuit Disconnect Device, Intraoperative Patient-Controlled Analgesia: An Alternative to Physician Administration During Outpatient Monitored Anaesthesia Care, Spinal, Epidural and Caudal Anaesthesia, Fast track cardiac surgery — Can the same quality be obtained at reduced costs?, Comparison of Clonidine and Epinephrine in Lidocaine for Cervical Plexus Block, and Early Extubation Following Coronary Artery Bypass Surgery: a Prospective Randomised Controlled Trial.
Presently, Dr Rowan Molnar serves many positions — Head of Discipline, Anaesthesia at the University of Tasmania, Australia Staff Specialist Anaesthetist at Launceston General Hospital, Anaesthesia Editorial Panel Member at ECronicon, Industry Liaison at Various Organisations, Educator at External Organisations, and Editorial Reviewer at Journal Anaesthesia and Intensive Care.