Professor Randy Bindra
Randy Bindra is Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery at the Gold Coast University Hospital and Griffith University School of Medicine and Dentistry. After completing medical school and Master of Orthopaedic Surgery at the University of Mumbai, he continued his training in the UK with a Masters in Orthopaedic Surgery from the University of Liverpool and specialist training in Hand and Nerve Surgery at the Pulvertaft Hand Centre in Derby and Washington University in St Louis, USA. He has practised as an Orthopaedic Hand Surgeon in the UK and in the US at the Loyola University in Chicago before making the Gold Coast his home.
Randy has special expertise in peripheral nerve repair and reconstruction after nerve injury. He is a regular invited speaker at several international conferences and has over 50 publications and book chapters in the fields of hand and nerve surgery to his credit. His team at GCORE in Griffith University, has developed a 3-D printed biological scaffold for wrist ligament repair that is ready for human trials. He has also led a team researching the effect of negative pressure on nerve healing. Randy is proud to be a part of the scientific advisory committee of the Perry Cross Spinal Research Foundation.
Randy lives on the Isle of Sorrento with his wife Lisa, their 2 children James and Capri and dog Lola.