A/Prof Jin Tee is a complex spine and neurosurgeon. His surgical practice focuses on minimally invasive and open surgical solutions for degenerative spinal disorders (including pars defect repairs), spinal tumours, spinal deformity (including scoliosis, kyphosis, craniocervical junction abnormalities) and trauma. He also treats brain trauma, normal pressure hydrocephalus and benign intracranial hypertension. Jin's clinical research concentrates on clinical outcomes of spine surgery in spine trauma, spine oncology and degenerative spinal disorders. He is involved in registry studies in Australia and North America to assist in improving the international quality of spine care. He is a member of the AO Spine International Trauma And Oncology Study Groups. He is Head of Spine Research at the National Trauma Research Institute, a steering committee member of the Alfred Trauma Registry, and a Monash Vision Group medical advisory member involved in the Bionic Eye project. Jin graduated from the University of Melbourne and completed his neurosurgical training in Melbourne. He completed a post graduate Doctorate of Medicine at Monash University. He then completed the AO Spine North American Complex Spine Surgery Fellowship at the Vancouver Spine Institute, Vancouver General Hospital and the University of British Columbia.