Dr. Niall Galloway is Medical Director of the Emory Continence Center at the Emory Clinic in Atlanta. He joined the Emory University School of Medicine faculty in 1989 with research interests in developmental biology, clinical anatomy, and neuroscience. Dr Galloway has worked extensively in the areas of clinical evaluation and surgical reconstruction for congenital and acquired defects of pelvic support anatomy and urogenital anomalies. He has been active in applying the principles of biotensegrity to pelvic surgery for vaginal prolapse and incontinence, and has promoted collaborative multidisciplinary care for patients with pelvic problems. A native of Scotland, Dr. Galloway attended the University of Aberdeen Medical School and taught at the University of Edinburgh and University Hospital of Wales in Cardiff, before completing a fellowship at Duke University where he later served as visiting professor. Active in medical education, Dr Galloway is director of surgical fellowship training in Urology and Uro-Gynecology, and has served as chairman of the board of directors for the National Association for Continence. Other interests include music, the history of medicine, and golf, and his new book "Seeking Symmetry: Finding Patterns in Human Health" (978-1-912085-11-8) is available from Handspring Publishers of Edinburgh, Scotland.
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