Professor John Windsor

Professor Windsor is an active researcher and maintains a laboratory investigating aspects of the pathophysiology of acute necrotizing pancreatitis. He has received numerous grants, has authored more than 100 contributions to the peer-reviewed literature and is on several Editorial Boards.

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Articles and Publications

Windsor, J.A., Minimally invasive pancreatic necrosectomy. British Journal of Surgery, 2007. 94(2): p. 132-133.

Windsor, J.A., An update on familial pancreatic cancer and the management of asymptomatic relatives. HPB, 2007. 9(1): p. 4-7.

Flint, R.S., et al., Acute pancreatitis severity is exacerbated by intestinal ischemia-reperfusion conditioned mesenteric lymph. Surgery, 2008. 143(3): p. 404-413.

Loveday, B.P.T., et al., Minimally invasive management of pancreatic abscess, pseudocyst, and necrosis: A systematic review of current guidelines. WorldJournal of Surgery, 2008. 32(11): p. 2383-2394.

Mittal, A., et al., Redox status of acute pancreatitis as measured by cyclic voltammetry: initial rodent studies to assess disease severity. Critical Care Medicine, 2008. 36(3): p. 866-872.

Windsor, J.A., Fundoplication: Is less more? ANZ Journal of Surgery, 2008. 78(3): p. 113-114.

Windsor, J.A., Assessment of the severity of acute pancreatitis: No room for complacency. Pancreatology, 2008. 8(2): p. 105-109.

Windsor, J.A., et al., Telling the truth to Asian patients in the hospital setting. NZ Medical Journal, 2008. 121(1286): p. 92-97.

Du, P., et al., High-resolution mapping of in vivo gastrointestinal slow wave activity using flexible printed circuit board electrodes: Methodology and validation. Annals of Biomedical Engineering, 2009. 37(4): p. 839-846.

Windsor, J.A., Role of simulation in surgical education and training. ANZ Journal of Surgery, 2009. 79(3): p. 127-132.