Dr Davidson is a neurosurgeon at Macquarie University Hospital. His clinical interests include the multidisciplinary management of brain tumours, pituitary and skull base surgery (including minimally invasive and endoscopic surgery), and cerebrovascular surgery. He has been the Macquarie University Tumour Program Lead since its inception in 2012 and is Chair of the Neuro-oncology and Pituitary Multi-Disciplinary Teams (MDT).
Dr Davidson consults at four locations within Sydney – at Macquarie University, Penrith, the Hills District (Bella Vista), and the CBD (Macquarie Street). He manages the entire range of neurosurgical conditions, including tumours of the brain & spine, vascular disorders of the brain & spine (aneurysms, AVMs, and cavernomas), trauma, hydrocephalus, and degenerative spine conditions.
Dr Davidson is a Senior Lecturer with the Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences at Macquarie University. His academic interests include the functional assessment of brain tumour patients, and the development and delivery of a program of Evidence-Based Practice across the spectrum of medical training. Dr Davidson has a strong interest in medical and surgical education, and is an executive committee member of the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons’ (RACS) Academy of Surgical Educators. He regularly teaches on the RACS Foundation Skills for Surgical Educators course, as well as the Surgical Teachers Course.
Dr Davidson has published over 25 articles and book chapters, and his work has been widely cited in the scientific literature. He has presented at local, national, and international meetings, including the World Congress of Neurological Surgery and the European Skull Base Society. He teaches on anatomy and surgical approach workshops, particularly in the area of extended endoscopic skull base surgery.