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About Dr Chris Rogan

 

Dr Chris Rogan graduated Medicine from the University of NSW in 2002 with First Class Honours. He was a Neurosurgery registrar at Nepean Hospital and RPAH then completed Basic Surgical Training prior to entering radiology. He then trained in Radiology at Royal Prince Alfred Hospital, spending his senior registrar year focussed on interventional radiology and MRI. Subsequently, Chris was the Fellow in Interventional Radiology at Imperial College in London based at Hammersmith and St Mary’s Hospitals.

Chris is currently a VMO and Director of Training at RPAH Radiology with his focus on Interventional Oncology, Embolisation and Endovascular surgery. He is also a VMO at Macquarie University Hospital and Sydney Adventist Hospital. He is involved in research and education and is the secretary of the Interventional Radiology Society of Australasia. He was awarded the Thomas Baker Travelling fellowship by the Royal Australian College of Radiologists in 2016 and for this travelled internationally visiting interventional radiology units in London and the USA. That year, Chris was also awarded European Board of Interventional Radiology certification.

Chris is a Clinical Lecturer at the Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences, Macquarie University. He is currently investigating the use of Intra-Arterial Isolation Chemotherapy to treat cancer.

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