Professor Villis Marshall

Prof Villis Raymond Marshall is an internationally recognized consultant in urology, educator and researcher.

Following his surgical training and fellowship at the University of Adelaide, he held faculty appointments at the London Hospital Medical College, St Peters Hospital and Royal Adelaide Hospital before serving as chair of Flinders Medical Centre, Department of Urology for twenty five years.

His present appointment (2006) is Clinical Director, Surgical Specialities Service in Royal Adelaide Hospital.

Prof Villis Raymond Marshall has published over 300 articles.

He is a distinguished fellow and past president of the Urological Society of Australasia

He has received over 50 research grants and numerous invited lectureships from around the world.

The above words were used for the June 8, 2006 Australian Society for Medical Research (ASMR) public lecture publicity.

In 1999 Professor Marshall received the St John's honour see here (Bailiff Grand Cross of the Order of St John of Jerusalem, the Order's highest award.)
"Professor Marshall has given more than 20 years of service to St John's, which is the major body training volunteer ambulance personnel throughout the country and also provides first aid training throughout the community, such as in industry and schools."

In the 2006 Australia Days Honours List, Prof Marshall was awarded Companion of the Order of Australia (AC) for service to medicine in urology and kidney disease research.

Professor Marshall is an NHMRC-funded researcher in the fields of urology and prostate cancer. Professor Marshall was a major contributor to NHMRC evidence-based guidelines on prostate function.

He is listed on the Urological Society of Australasia SA page here complete with phone number.

Goggling "Villis Marshall" gives many results.

He has been a very popular regular speaker at numerous Prostate(Cancer) Support Awareness Adelaide Group meetings.


Prof Villis Marshall May 2005

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