Our Team at QLD Colorectal

A CSSANZ Trained and Accredited Colorectal and General Surgeon, who specialises in laparoscopic, robotic, and minimally invasive techniques. 

Dr Bradley Morris

Colorectal Surgeon

Dr Bradley Morris is a Brisbane-based Specialist Colorectal and General Surgeon. He is a Senior Surgeon at the Princess Alexandra Hospital, and has a private practice at the Greenslopes Private Hospital and Mater Private Hospital Redlands. 

He attended the University of QLD here in Brisbane, with a Bachelor of Science, followed by Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery, graduating with Class I Honours. 

Dr Morris completed his General Surgery training in QLD, with General and Colorectal Surgery training at Gold Coast Hospital, Logan Hospital, Ipswich Hospital and the Sunshine Coast Hospital. The latter part of his General Surgery training was completed at the Princess Alexandra Hospital. 

He obtained his Fellowship of the Royal Australian College of Surgeons, qualifying him as a Specialist General Surgeon.


Dr Jennifer Liang

Colorectal Surgeon

Dr Jennifer Liang is a skilled general and colorectal surgeon. Jennifer had completed her fellowship in 2015 with the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons. 

She was successful in the acquisition of a subspecialist training position with CSSANZ (Colorectal Surgical Society of Australia and New Zealand) where she had spent a year at the eminent Cleveland Clinic Ohio USA, followed by Royal Prince Alfred Hospital Sydney and Royal Melbourne Hospital.

Jennifer is experienced in a range of disease states and health disorders:

  • Benign anorectal conditions (perianal sepsis/abscess, anal fissure, anal fistula and haemorrhoids)
  • Laparoscopic and open surgeries for inflammatory bowel diseases (UC, Crohn’s), and colorectal cancer surgeries
  • Pelvic floors disorders for faecal incontinence, slow transit constipation and obstructed defecation
  • Hereditary bowel cancers (HNPCC, FAP)


Dr Liang is a general surgeon and has been accredited to perform both upper and lower endoscopies by the College of Physicians, as well as hernias and gall bladder surgeries.

She is employed at the Royal Brisbane Women Hospital and STARS. She has a PHD in General Surgery awarded by Auckland University for her laboratory research at Cleveland Clinic Ohio.  She is well known for exceptional patient care, sensitive to culture needs, pleasant bedside manner, her clear communication and dedication to her patients. She is fluent in English and Mandarin and enjoys spending her time off with family and friends. She is currently consulting at Greenslopes and St Vincent Northside.

Provider No. 6067003W

Phone: 07 3177 9751 

Email: [email protected]

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Continous Training

Dr Morris is always making sure he is giving the best possible treatment by undergoing ongoing training and development and participating in Continuous Professional Development.


Continuous training and development

Dr Morris is actively involved with medical student teaching, and is a Senior Lecturer with the University of Queensland Southside Medical School, is the Princess Alexandra Hospital Research Supervisor for the Australian and New Zealand Training Board in Colorectal Surgery. He is the current Medical Resident supervisor for the Colorectal Surgery Department at the Princess Alexandra Hospital. 

His current research interests include early onset bowel cancer, modern and minimally invasive management of anal fistulas and haemorrhoids, and inflammatory bowel disease. He has spoken at both local and international meetings on the ‘Modern Management of Anal Fistula’. In his practice, he has introduced the new OTSC Proctology (clip) treatment for anal fistulas in a closely audited setting. He has a particular interest in the surgical management of inflammatory bowel disease and this also forms a major component of his public practice.

He is a Conjoint Committee accredited upper endoscopist colonoscopist and performs colonoscopy to investigate symptoms, remove polyps and to exclude or screen for bowel cancer.

Reflecting his general surgery training, Dr Morris also assesses and treats conditions affecting the abdomen in both an elective and emergency setting (eg appendicitis, gallbladder problems, groin hernias, abdominal wall hernias).

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