Associate Professor Glen Croxson

Clinical Associate Professor
Surgery, Central Clinical School

Telephone +61 2 9874 2432
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Selected grants

2012

  • Investigation of cortical changes using fMRI following acute lower motor neurone facial nerve paralysis and the effect of an observational learning task on smiling during recovery of facial movements; Coulson S, Croxson G, Adams R; Garnett Passe & Rodney Williams Memorial Foundation/Project Grants.

Selected publications

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Journals

  • Coulson, S., Croxson, G., Adams, R., Oey, V. (2011). Prognostic Factors in Herpes Zoster Oticus (Ramsay Hunt Syndrome). Otology & Neurotology, 32(6), 1025-1030. [More Information]
  • Coulson, S., Croxson, G., Oey, V. (2009). Herpes Zoster oticus: treatment and outcomes. Journal of International Advanced Otology, 5.
  • Coulson, S., Makeham, T., Croxson, G. (2009). Infective causes of facial nerve paralysis. Journal of International Advanced Otology, 5.
  • Makeham, T., Croxson, G., Coulson, S. (2007). Infective Causes of Facial Nerve Paralysis. Otology & Neurotology, 28(1), 100-103. [More Information]
  • Coulson, S., O'Dwyer, N., Adams, R., Croxson, G. (2006). Bilateral conjugacy of movement initiation is retained at the eye but not at the mouth following long-term unilateral facial nerve palsy. Experimental Brain Research, 173(1), 153-158. [More Information]
  • Coulson, S., Adams, R., O'Dwyer, N., Croxson, G. (2006). Physiotherapy Rehabilitation of the Smile after Long-Term Facial Nerve Palsy using Video Self-Modeling and Implementation Intentions. Otolaryngology, 134(1), 48-55. [More Information]
  • Coulson, S., Adams, R., O'Dwyer, N., Croxson, G. (2006). Use of video self-modelling and implementation intentions following facial nerve paralysis. International Journal of Therapy and Rehabilitation, 13(1), 30-35.
  • Coulson, S., Croxson, G., Adams, R., O'Dwyer, N. (2005). Reliability of the "Sydney," "Sunnybrook," and "House Brackmann" facial grading systems to assess voluntary movement and synkinesis after facial nerve paralysis. Otolaryngology, 132(4), 543-549. [More Information]
  • Coulson, S., O'Dwyer, N., Adams, R., Croxson, G. (2004). Expression Of Emotion And Quality Of Life After Facial Nerve Paralysis. Otology & Neurotology, 25(6), 1014-1019.

Conferences

  • Coulson, S., Croxson, G., Oey, V. (2009). Herpes Zoster Oticus: Treatment and Outcomes. XI International Facial Nerve Symposium 2009.
  • Coulson, S., Makeham, T., Croxson, G. (2009). Infective Causes of Facial Nerve Paralysis. XI International Facial Nerve Symposium 2009.
  • Coulson, S., Adams, R., O'Dwyer, N., Croxson, G. (2007). Improving the smile following facial nerve paresis during physiotherapy rehabilitation with the use of video self-modeling and implementation intentions. 15th International World Confederation of Physical Therapy Congress WCPT 2007, United Kingdom: Elsevier.
  • Coulson, S., O'Dwyer, N., Adams, R., Croxson, G. (2006). Bilateral conjugacy of movement initiation is retained at the eye but not at the mouth following long-term unilateral facial nerve palsy. 1st Symposium on Brain & Mind Research in the Asia/Pacific BMAP 2006, Australia: University of Sydney.
  • Soma, M., Croxson, G., Coulson, S. (2006). Herpes Zoster Oticus and Facial Nerve Disorder. Annual General Scientific Meeting of The Australian Society of Otolaryngology, Head and Neck Surgery 2006, Australia.
  • Coulson, S., Adams, R., O'Dwyer, N., Croxson, G. (2006). Improving the smile following facial nerve paresis during physiotherapy rehabilitation with the use of Video Self-Modeling and Implementation Intentions. HCSNet Workshop on Human and Machine Perception and Action 2006, Australia: Human Communication Science Network.
  • Makeham, T., Croxson, G., Coulson, S. (2006). Infective causes of facial nerve paralysis. Annual General Scientific Meeting of The Australian Society of Otolaryngology, Head and Neck Surgery 2006, Australia.
  • Croxson, G., Coulson, S. (2006). One thousand consecutive cases of facial nerve disorder between 1988 and 2004. Annual General Scientific Meeting of The Australian Society of Otolaryngology, Head and Neck Surgery 2006, Australia.
  • Croxson, G., Coulson, S. (2006). Traumatic facial nerve paralysis. Annual General Scientific Meeting of The Australian Society of Otolaryngology, Head and Neck Surgery 2006, Australia.
  • Coulson, S., O'Dwyer, N., Adams, R., Croxson, G. (2005). Adaptive changes to voluntary eyelid movement following unilateral facial nerve palsy. 25th Annual Meeting of the Australian Neuroscience Society ANS 2005, Australia: Australian Neuroscience Society.
  • Coulson, S., O'Dwyer, N., Adams, R., Croxson, G. (2005). Bilateral adaptation of voluntary eyelid movements following unilateral facial nerve palsy. 10th International Facial Nerve Symposium 2005.
  • Coulson, S., O'Dwyer, N., Adams, R., Croxson, G. (2005). Bilateral adaptation of voluntary eyelid movements following unilateral facial nerve palsy. Progress in Motor Control V: PMC 2005, United States: International Society of Motor Control.
  • Coulson, S., O'Dwyer, N., Adams, R., Croxson, G. (2005). Bilateral adaptations of voluntary eyelid movements following unilateral facial nerve palsy. Neuroscience: From Bench to Bedside 2005, Australia: University of Sydney.
  • Coulson, S., O'Dwyer, N., Adams, R., Croxson, G. (2005). Expression of emotion and quality of life following facial nerve palsy. 10th International Facial Nerve Symposium 2005.
  • Croxson, G., Coulson, S. (2005). One thousand consecutive cases of facial nerve disorder between 1988 and 2004. 10th International Facial Nerve Symposium 2005.
  • Coulson, S., Adams, R., O'Dwyer, N., Croxson, G. (2005). Physiotherapy using Video Self-Modeling and Implementation Intentions to improve smiling after facial paresis. 10th International Facial Nerve Symposium 2005.
  • Coulson, S., O'Dwyer, N., Adams, R., Croxson, G. (2005). Prevention of loss of visual conjugacy using early initiation of voluntary eyelid movements following unilateral facial nerve palsy. The Dean of the Faculty of Health Sciences Research Seminars 2005, Australia: University of Sydney.
  • Coulson, S., Croxson, G., Adams, R., O'Dwyer, N. (2005). Reliability of the Sydney, Sunnybrook and House Brackmann facial grading systems to assess voluntary movement and synkinesis following facial nerve palsy. 10th International Facial Nerve Symposium 2005.
  • Coulson, S., Adams, R., O'Dwyer, N., Croxson, G. (2005). The patient's perspective of the effectiveness of emotional expression following facial nerve paralysis. The Dean of the Faculty of Health Sciences Research Seminars 2005, Australia: University of Sydney.
  • Croxson, G., Coulson, S. (2005). Traumatic facial nerve paralysis. 10th International Facial Nerve Symposium 2005.
  • Coulson, S., Adams, R., O'Dwyer, N., Croxson, G. (2005). Video self-modeling and implementation intentions in physiotherapy for smiling post facial paresis. Higher Degree Research Students Colloquium 2005, Australia: University of Sydney.
  • Coulson, S., Adams, R., O'Dwyer, N., Croxson, G. (2004). Effectiveness of emotional expression following facial nerve paralysis as perceived by patients and their significant others. 8th International Physiotherapy Congress 2004.
  • Coulson, S., O'Dwyer, N., Adams, R., Croxson, G. (2004). Expression of emotion and quality of life following facial nerve paralysis. 5th Association of Pacific Rim Universities Doctoral Students Conference 2004.
  • Coulson, S., Adams, R., O'Dwyer, N., Croxson, G. (2004). Eyelid reaction times and eye closure movement times following long term unilateral facial nerve paralysis. Fourth College of Health Sciences Research Conference 2004 – "From Cell to Society 4".
  • Coulson, S., Croxson, G., Adams, R., O'Dwyer, N. (2003). Comparison of the 'Sydney' versus 'Sunnybrook' facial grading systems following long term facial nerve paralysis. 4th International Conference on Vestibular Schwannoma and Other CPA Lesions 2003, United Kingdom: Immediate Proceedings.
  • Coulson, S., Adams, R., O'Dwyer, N., Croxson, G. (2003). Effectiveness of emotional expression following facial nerve paralysis as perceived by patients and their significant others. School of Physiotherapy Post Graduate Research Symposium 2003, Australia: University of Sydney.

2011

  • Coulson, S., Croxson, G., Adams, R., Oey, V. (2011). Prognostic Factors in Herpes Zoster Oticus (Ramsay Hunt Syndrome). Otology & Neurotology, 32(6), 1025-1030. [More Information]

2009

  • Coulson, S., Croxson, G., Oey, V. (2009). Herpes Zoster oticus: treatment and outcomes. Journal of International Advanced Otology, 5.
  • Coulson, S., Croxson, G., Oey, V. (2009). Herpes Zoster Oticus: Treatment and Outcomes. XI International Facial Nerve Symposium 2009.
  • Coulson, S., Makeham, T., Croxson, G. (2009). Infective causes of facial nerve paralysis. Journal of International Advanced Otology, 5.
  • Coulson, S., Makeham, T., Croxson, G. (2009). Infective Causes of Facial Nerve Paralysis. XI International Facial Nerve Symposium 2009.

2007

  • Coulson, S., Adams, R., O'Dwyer, N., Croxson, G. (2007). Improving the smile following facial nerve paresis during physiotherapy rehabilitation with the use of video self-modeling and implementation intentions. 15th International World Confederation of Physical Therapy Congress WCPT 2007, United Kingdom: Elsevier.
  • Makeham, T., Croxson, G., Coulson, S. (2007). Infective Causes of Facial Nerve Paralysis. Otology & Neurotology, 28(1), 100-103. [More Information]

2006

  • Coulson, S., O'Dwyer, N., Adams, R., Croxson, G. (2006). Bilateral conjugacy of movement initiation is retained at the eye but not at the mouth following long-term unilateral facial nerve palsy. Experimental Brain Research, 173(1), 153-158. [More Information]
  • Coulson, S., O'Dwyer, N., Adams, R., Croxson, G. (2006). Bilateral conjugacy of movement initiation is retained at the eye but not at the mouth following long-term unilateral facial nerve palsy. 1st Symposium on Brain & Mind Research in the Asia/Pacific BMAP 2006, Australia: University of Sydney.
  • Soma, M., Croxson, G., Coulson, S. (2006). Herpes Zoster Oticus and Facial Nerve Disorder. Annual General Scientific Meeting of The Australian Society of Otolaryngology, Head and Neck Surgery 2006, Australia.
  • Coulson, S., Adams, R., O'Dwyer, N., Croxson, G. (2006). Improving the smile following facial nerve paresis during physiotherapy rehabilitation with the use of Video Self-Modeling and Implementation Intentions. HCSNet Workshop on Human and Machine Perception and Action 2006, Australia: Human Communication Science Network.
  • Makeham, T., Croxson, G., Coulson, S. (2006). Infective causes of facial nerve paralysis. Annual General Scientific Meeting of The Australian Society of Otolaryngology, Head and Neck Surgery 2006, Australia.
  • Croxson, G., Coulson, S. (2006). One thousand consecutive cases of facial nerve disorder between 1988 and 2004. Annual General Scientific Meeting of The Australian Society of Otolaryngology, Head and Neck Surgery 2006, Australia.
  • Coulson, S., Adams, R., O'Dwyer, N., Croxson, G. (2006). Physiotherapy Rehabilitation of the Smile after Long-Term Facial Nerve Palsy using Video Self-Modeling and Implementation Intentions. Otolaryngology, 134(1), 48-55. [More Information]
  • Croxson, G., Coulson, S. (2006). Traumatic facial nerve paralysis. Annual General Scientific Meeting of The Australian Society of Otolaryngology, Head and Neck Surgery 2006, Australia.
  • Coulson, S., Adams, R., O'Dwyer, N., Croxson, G. (2006). Use of video self-modelling and implementation intentions following facial nerve paralysis. International Journal of Therapy and Rehabilitation, 13(1), 30-35.

2005

  • Coulson, S., O'Dwyer, N., Adams, R., Croxson, G. (2005). Adaptive changes to voluntary eyelid movement following unilateral facial nerve palsy. 25th Annual Meeting of the Australian Neuroscience Society ANS 2005, Australia: Australian Neuroscience Society.
  • Coulson, S., O'Dwyer, N., Adams, R., Croxson, G. (2005). Bilateral adaptation of voluntary eyelid movements following unilateral facial nerve palsy. 10th International Facial Nerve Symposium 2005.
  • Coulson, S., O'Dwyer, N., Adams, R., Croxson, G. (2005). Bilateral adaptation of voluntary eyelid movements following unilateral facial nerve palsy. Progress in Motor Control V: PMC 2005, United States: International Society of Motor Control.
  • Coulson, S., O'Dwyer, N., Adams, R., Croxson, G. (2005). Bilateral adaptations of voluntary eyelid movements following unilateral facial nerve palsy. Neuroscience: From Bench to Bedside 2005, Australia: University of Sydney.
  • Coulson, S., O'Dwyer, N., Adams, R., Croxson, G. (2005). Expression of emotion and quality of life following facial nerve palsy. 10th International Facial Nerve Symposium 2005.
  • Croxson, G., Coulson, S. (2005). One thousand consecutive cases of facial nerve disorder between 1988 and 2004. 10th International Facial Nerve Symposium 2005.
  • Coulson, S., Adams, R., O'Dwyer, N., Croxson, G. (2005). Physiotherapy using Video Self-Modeling and Implementation Intentions to improve smiling after facial paresis. 10th International Facial Nerve Symposium 2005.
  • Coulson, S., O'Dwyer, N., Adams, R., Croxson, G. (2005). Prevention of loss of visual conjugacy using early initiation of voluntary eyelid movements following unilateral facial nerve palsy. The Dean of the Faculty of Health Sciences Research Seminars 2005, Australia: University of Sydney.
  • Coulson, S., Croxson, G., Adams, R., O'Dwyer, N. (2005). Reliability of the "Sydney," "Sunnybrook," and "House Brackmann" facial grading systems to assess voluntary movement and synkinesis after facial nerve paralysis. Otolaryngology, 132(4), 543-549. [More Information]
  • Coulson, S., Croxson, G., Adams, R., O'Dwyer, N. (2005). Reliability of the Sydney, Sunnybrook and House Brackmann facial grading systems to assess voluntary movement and synkinesis following facial nerve palsy. 10th International Facial Nerve Symposium 2005.
  • Coulson, S., Adams, R., O'Dwyer, N., Croxson, G. (2005). The patient's perspective of the effectiveness of emotional expression following facial nerve paralysis. The Dean of the Faculty of Health Sciences Research Seminars 2005, Australia: University of Sydney.
  • Croxson, G., Coulson, S. (2005). Traumatic facial nerve paralysis. 10th International Facial Nerve Symposium 2005.
  • Coulson, S., Adams, R., O'Dwyer, N., Croxson, G. (2005). Video self-modeling and implementation intentions in physiotherapy for smiling post facial paresis. Higher Degree Research Students Colloquium 2005, Australia: University of Sydney.

2004

  • Coulson, S., Adams, R., O'Dwyer, N., Croxson, G. (2004). Effectiveness of emotional expression following facial nerve paralysis as perceived by patients and their significant others. 8th International Physiotherapy Congress 2004.
  • Coulson, S., O'Dwyer, N., Adams, R., Croxson, G. (2004). Expression Of Emotion And Quality Of Life After Facial Nerve Paralysis. Otology & Neurotology, 25(6), 1014-1019.
  • Coulson, S., O'Dwyer, N., Adams, R., Croxson, G. (2004). Expression of emotion and quality of life following facial nerve paralysis. 5th Association of Pacific Rim Universities Doctoral Students Conference 2004.
  • Coulson, S., Adams, R., O'Dwyer, N., Croxson, G. (2004). Eyelid reaction times and eye closure movement times following long term unilateral facial nerve paralysis. Fourth College of Health Sciences Research Conference 2004 – "From Cell to Society 4".

2003

  • Coulson, S., Croxson, G., Adams, R., O'Dwyer, N. (2003). Comparison of the 'Sydney' versus 'Sunnybrook' facial grading systems following long term facial nerve paralysis. 4th International Conference on Vestibular Schwannoma and Other CPA Lesions 2003, United Kingdom: Immediate Proceedings.
  • Coulson, S., Adams, R., O'Dwyer, N., Croxson, G. (2003). Effectiveness of emotional expression following facial nerve paralysis as perceived by patients and their significant others. School of Physiotherapy Post Graduate Research Symposium 2003, Australia: University of Sydney.

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