Dr Nathan Creber
Ear, Nose & Throat Surgeon
MBBS, BAdvSc(Hons), MPH, MS, PhD, FRACS(OHNS)
Nathan returned to his home in Sydney to complete his advanced training in Otolaryngology, Head and Neck Surgery, being awarded a FRACS(OHNS) with the Royal Australian College of Surgeons in 2022.
Nathan continues a post doctorate scientific career with research appointments at the Institute of Academic Surgery, Next Sense (formally known as the Royal Institute for the Deaf and Blind, and Sydney Cochlear Implant Centre), and the University of Melbourne. He continues scientific research in hearing preservation cochlear implant surgery, hearing rehabilitation, endolymphatic hydrops, medical therapy to the inner ear, and hearing protection.
Most recently, Nathan has been awarded the Academic Surgeon Scientist Fellowship for training and research in hearing implant and skull base surgery at Cambridge, UK.
Nathan is a husband and proud father with two children. He is an enthusiastic recreational sportsman and musician, and enjoys spending time in the outdoors with his family and community.
Nathan is a Fellow of the Royal Australian College of Surgeons and is a member of the Australian Society of Otolaryngology, Head and Neck Surgery.
Dr Nathan Creber is an Otolaryngology, Head and Neck (Ear, Nose and Throat) Surgeon specialising in both adult and paediatric conditions.
Nathan attended Sydney University for his undergraduate training, completing a Bachelor of Advanced Science in 2006 with first-class honours in anatomy and histology. This cemented an early interest in medical research and Nathan continued to work as a scientist at the University, and the Brain and Mind Research Institute to support his Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery at Sydney University, awarded in 2010. Nathan has a keen interest in population medicine and ear disease. He completed a Masters of Public Health in 2011 and later a Masters of Surgery (Anatomy) in 2014 at Sydney University.
Nathan completed his internship and early medical training in the prestigious Royal Melbourne Hospital, where he also continued medical research as a published scientist. Entering specialist surgical training in 2014 Nathan was awarded the Passe and Williams Academic Surgeon Scientist Scholarship to support a PhD focused on cochlear implant surgery, hearing preservation, and medical therapy to the inner ear. Nathan completed his PhD at the Royal Victorian Eye and Ear Hospital in partnership with the University of Melbourne, under the mentorship and tuition of Professor Stephen O’Leary. His PhD was awarded in 2019, resulting in multiple publications, national and international presentations, and prestigious awards.