Dr Ngo is a keen researcher and has a passionate appreciation for being at the forefront of innovation, continually striving for improvement in patient outcomes.
Dr Quan Ngo is one of the founding members of the Sydney Facial Nerve Service, a medical research collaboration and specialised multidisciplinary clinic at the Chris O’Brien Lifehouse for patients requiring facial paralysis care.
Dr Ngo was both an Examiner for the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons (RACS) as well as the RACS Supervisor of Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery Specialist Training Program at Liverpool Hospital for a number of years. He has also supervised internationally trained Plastic Surgeons and medical students from various leading Australian universities.
Dr Quan Ngo is a Senior Clinical Lecturer at the School of Medicine at UNSW and has been a Senior Clinical Lecturer of the Australian School of Advanced Medicine at Macquarie University since 2014.
Dr Ngo has been a reviewer for numerous scientific journals and research foundations both in Australia and overseas, including: