David Gotley is an Upper GI surgeon in Brisbane and Professor of Surgery at the University of Queensland.
He is a member of the Upper GI and Soft Tissue Unit at the Princess Alexandra and the Mater Private Hospitals in Brisbane. His clinical career interests are minimally invasive techniques for gastro-oesophageal reflux, oesophagogastric cancer and achalasia surgery. He undertakes diagnostic and interventional endoscopy, oesophageal pH monitoring and manometry.
Research interests began with his doctoral thesis in the genesis and consequences of reflux oesophagitis, followed by combined ambulatory manometry/pH, molecular mechanisms of tumour metastasis and potential molecular targets, and the molecular epidemiology of Barrett’s oesophagus.