He also holds honorary professorial appointments at University of Sydney and Monash University School of Public Health.
Professor Myburgh was a foundation member and past Chairman of the Australian and New Zealand Intensive Care Society (ANZICS) Clinical Trials Group. He has an extensive research record of accomplishment over 25 years and is regarded as a national and international expert in catecholamines, traumatic brain injury, fluid resuscitation, endocrine dysfunction in critical illness and in the development and co-ordination of over 40 studies in Intensive Care Medicine. He has been awarded over $75M is cumulative research funding from national and international research funding agencies.
His list of publications include over 230 refereed research publications and 45 book chapters, with an h-index of 41. He has delivered over 400 presentations, including over 50 plenary presentations at major international and national scientific congresses.
He has a long-established profile in education in Intensive Care Medicine, both at undergraduate and postgraduate levels. He was instrumental in establishing the College of Intensive Care Medicine of Australia and New Zealand, serving as President from 2010-2012.
For services to medicine, he was made an Officer of the Order of Australia in 2014.
Professor Myburgh was elected to the WFSICCM Council in 2013 and as Secretary-General in November 2017 and will hold this office until 2019.