Ramesh Balasubramaniam graduated with a BDSc from the University of Western Australia in 2000 and subsequently practiced general dentistry. In 2006, he completed a certificate and Master of Science degree in Orofacial Pain at the University of Kentucky. While at the University of Kentucky, Ramesh also underwent training in the field of Dental Sleep Medicine. He is a Diplomate of the American Board of Orofacial Pain. In addition, Ramesh completed specialist training in Oral Medicine as well as a Fellowship in Interdisciplinary Geriatrics at the University of Pennsylvania in 2008. He has numerous peer reviewed publications, has contributed to several chapters in various texts and co-edited the May 2008 Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery Clinics of North America on Orofacial Pain and Dysfunction. Ramesh is also co-editor and co-author of a new authoritative comprehensive textbook entitled “Contemporary Oral Medicine” to be published by Springer in 2018. In addition, he serves as a reviewer for a number of peer-reviewed journals. Ramesh has an appointment as a Clinical Associate Professor at the School of Dentistry of the University of Western Australia and is actively involved in teaching and research. He is president-elect of the Oral Medicine Academy of Australasia. He also has public appointments at the Oral Health Centre of Western Australia and Princess Margaret Hospital for Children. His Oral Medicine Specialist practice focuses on Orofacial Pain, Oral Diseases and Disorders, and Dental Sleep Medicine.
- Professional Affiliations • Clinical associate professor: School of dentistry (UWA); President-elect: Oral Medicine Academy of Australasia; Member at large: Dental Specialist Society of Western Australia; Member: Australasian Sleep Association; Member: Royal Australasian College of Dental Surgeons; Member: Australian Dental Association
- Certifications BSc, BDSc (UWA), MS, Cert Orofacial Pain (UKy), Cert Oral Medicine (UPenn), MRACDS (Oral Med), ABOP, FOMAA, FADI, FPFA
- Special Interests Temporomandibular disorders (TMJ), Facial pain, Sleep Grinding, Snore guards for sleep apnoea, Oral diseases and disorders