Dr Rowe grew up in Melbourne and after completing a degree in Science with Honours in Paediatric neuroendocrinology at The Royal Children’s Hospital and a Graduate Diploma of Education at The University of Melbourne, he achieved his Medical degree at the University of New South Wales where he graduated in 2002.
Dr Rowe began his surgical training in Melbourne initially completing three years of General Surgery training including liver transplant surgery experience at the Austin Hospital. He then began his ENT/Otolaryngology training in 2011 by undertaking and completing a PhD in Otolaryngology at The University of Melbourne. He then completed five years of advanced clinical ENT Head and Neck training in 2018. This training included rotations through the majority of the major Melbourne Hospitals gaining experience in Paediatrics, General ENT, Trauma and Head & Neck Surgery.
Dr Rowe was awarded his Fellowship by examination in Otolaryngology Head and Neck surgery in February of 2019. He attends the Royal Melbourne Hospital where he has an appointment and also attends the Victorian Comprehensive Cancer Centre Head and Neck Tumour Multi disciplinary meetings on a weekly basis.