Allan Glanville {AU} Australia

Allan Glanville

Professor Glanville studied medicine at the University of Sydney, undertook physician training at Royal Prince Alfred and Concord Hospitals, gaining his FRACP before further training in thoracic medicine at the Brompton Hospital in London and Stanford University, California, where he studied the new discipline of human heart-lung transplantation, leading to award of an MD. Since 1989. Professor Glanville has overseen the development of the Lung Transplantation Unit at St Vincent’s Hospital Sydney where he was Director of Thoracic Medicine 1998-2019. He has regularly performed outreach clinics in other states to foster a mantle of care for lung transplant patients and provide equity of access to these services for all Australians. Professor Glanville sits on a number of Editorial Boards including The American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine, The American Journal of Transplantation, The Journal of Heart and Lung Transplantation, CHEST and Seminars in Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine. He was President International Society for Heart and Lung Transplantation (ISHLT) 2013-14, and President Thoracic Society of Australia and New Zealand 2017-19. He has authored over 240 publications including senior authorship of a number of ISHLT Consensus Guidelines on Selection, Bronchiolitis Obliterans Syndrome, Antibody Mediated Rejection (AMR), Chronic Lung Allograft Rejection (CLAD) and Restrictive Allograft Syndrome (RAS). He is Foundation Director of Outcomes Australia, Foundation Member ShareLife Australia, and Scientific Advisor to Lymphangioleiomyomatosis Australia Research Alliance. Ongoing research interests include definition of CLAD phenotypes, pathogenesis of AMR and understanding the pulmonary virome as an integral part of the respiratory microbiome. He champions excellence in delivery of thoracic medical services to the broad community through support of respiratory science, research and physiology and has promoted the involvement of young clinicians, researchers, and allied health practitioners with a commitment to the principles of diversity and equity.