Dr Ahmad M. Badran

Neuro-Oncology Surgery Fellow

Dr. Badran completed his medical degree (MD) from Al-Quds University, Jerusalem-Palestine in 2005, and served as a resident medical officer in Palestine until 2007. He then moved to Amman-Jordan where he undertook his Neurosurgical Training at the Royal Medical Services, and was admitted as a Neurosurgeon in 2013. He was awarded Certificate of Specialization in Neurosurgery from Palestine Medical Council Board (PMCB-NS) in 2013 and Acknowledgement of Arab Board Achievement in Neurosurgery from The Arab Board of Health Specializations (ABHS-NS) in 2014. In 2014, Dr. Badran moved to Australia. He furthered his Australasian neurosurgical experience and completed an 18-month Neurosurgery Fellowship at Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital, Perth-WA and a 12-month Neurosurgery Fellowship at Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital, Brisbane-QLD. In August 2016, Dr. Badran joined Macquarie Neurosurgery's fellowship program and commenced his sub-specialty training in Neuro-Oncology surgery. His main areas of interest include management of brain and spinal cord tumours, Skull Base surgery, and Cerebro-Vascular surgery.