Biographical entry Wood, Fiona (1958 - )
- Plastic surgeon
Fiona Wood graduated from the St Thomas Hospital Medical School in London with a M.B, B.S. in 1981. She moved to Australia in 1987 and took up a registrar position in plastic surgery at the Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital, Perth. In 1991, she became a consultant after passing the plastics surgery exam. In 1993, Wood worked with medical scientist Marie Stoner on ways to treat burns at the Princess Margaret (PMH) and Royal Perth (RPH) hospitals. In 1995 a spray on solution called Cellspray was launched and in 1999, Wood and Stoner founded the Clinical Cell Culture. Wood's knowledge of treating burns became prominent immediately after the Bali bombings in 2002.
- 'Wood, Fiona M (1958-)', Trove, National Library of Australia, 2009, http://nla.gov.au/nla.party-1540489. Details
- Swan, Norman, 'Interview with Dr Fiona Wood, Plastic surgeon', in Interviews with Australian scientists, Australian Academy of Science, 2008, http://science.org.au/scientists/interviews/w/wood.html. Details
Created: 26 April 2013, Last modified: 17 January 2014