Dr Anton Booth is a University of Queensland medical graduate. The majority of his anaesthetic training occurred in Brisbane, during which time he received the Tess Cramond Registrar Award for Anaesthesia.
Dr Booth completed a fellowship at the Princess Alexandra Hospital and became a specialist anaesthetist in 2012. Since then, he has worked as a staff specialist at the Princess Alexandra Hospital, where he is the supervisor for Ear, Nose & Throat anaesthesia and the advanced airway program.
Dr Booth is an active researcher and educator. He is particularly interested in Ear, Nose & Throat anaesthesia and the management of difficult airways and has written several papers in these areas. He has also presented at local and national meetings on these and other topics in anaesthesia (including enhanced recovery after surgery).