Profile: Nick Dorsch
Clinical Associate Professor
Clinical Associate Professor Nick Dorsch graduated in medicine from the University of Sydney in 1965. After three years at Prince Henry Hospital, Sydney, he moved to England for surgical training with the Fellowship of the Royal College of Surgeons. He has worked at the Royal Prince Alfred, St George and Westmead Hospitals. He chaired the department of neurosurgery at Westmead from 1996 until he retired in 2007. He has also taught neurosurgery and general patient care in Indonesia.
NoteStreams By Nick Dorsch
Do you ever wake up with a raging hangover and picture the row of brain cells that you suspect have started to decay? Or wonder whether that final glass of wine was too much for those tiny cells, and pushed you over the line? Well, it’s true that alcohol can indeed harm the brain in many ways. But directly killing off brain cells isn’t one of them.