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Profile Name: Professor Stephan Schug
Honorifics/title: Prof
First Name: Stephan
Middle Name/Middle Initials : A
Last Name/Surname: Schug
Qualifications/Post Nominals: MD (Cgn)
Member Type: ANZCA fellow
FPM fellow
Link to publications: Schug, SA
Key research interests: PAIN MANAGEMENT, CLINICAL
Postoperative pain
Chronic pain
Neuropathic pain and CRPS
Patient controlled analgesia
NMDA antagonists
Biography: Stephan Schug is Professor and Chair of Anaesthesiology and Pain Medicine in the Medical School of the University of Western Australia, Perth, Australia and Director of Pain Medicine at Royal Perth Hospital, Australia. His principal research interests include the management of acute and chronic pain, cancer pain, regional anaesthesia, the pharmacology of local anaesthetics and analgesics and quality improvement in health care. Professor Schug studied medicine at the University of Cologne, Germany, where he also obtained his MD in clinical pharmacology and subsequently specialised in anaesthesia and pain medicine. He has written over 80 research and 180 review papers, as well as abstracts, letters, and editorials, and has edited or co-authored several books, book chapters, and monographs. He is currently on editorial and review boards of several leading journals including Pain & Therapy, Annals of Palliative Medicine, Current Opinion in Anaesthesiology and CNS Drugs. Professor Schug is an active member of several pain and anaesthesia societies including Past-Chair of the SIG Acute Pain of IASP and Chair of the SIG Acute Pain of ACE, and is a Fellow of the Australian and New Zealand College of Anaesthetists (ANZCA) and its Faculty of Pain Medicine (FPMANZCA), where he is a member of the Board of the Faculty.
ORCID: 0000-0002-0302-2315
Type: Profile
Appears in Collections:ANZCA author profiles

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