About Steve Robson
Steve has had a commitment to medical research since his years as a medical student at the University of Queensland in the 1980s when he undertook a Medical Science degree for which he won the College of Pathologists’ Prize.
Steve has authored hundreds of research publications, articles, conference presentations, and book chapters on many areas of Women’s Health. He is a sought-after speaker at conferences and meetings.
His current research interests and activities are in fields of gynaecological surgery, IVF procedures, health economics, and aspects of obstetric care including preterm birth. He is a keen collaborator with researchers at other universities and institutions.
Steve holds higher degrees in reproductive health science and public health, and his Doctorate was conferred by the University of New South Wales for studies in unexplained stillbirth.
Steve has been a research mentor and was senior author of the Research Skills course of Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists.