Dr Manju Chandrasegaram

Academic Title-Senior Lecturer

Prince Charles Hospital Northside Clinical Unit
Faculty of Medicine

Overview

Manju Chandrasegaram completed her medical degree in Auckland in 2003. She completed her general surgical training in NSW in 2011 (FRACS). She was an ANZHPBA fellow and underwent further hepatopancreatobiliary surgery fellowships at the Royal Adelaide Hospital in 2012, Flinders Medical Centre in 2013 and Bankstown Hospital in 2014. She has also worked in the NHMRC Clinical Trials Unit in 2014 and completed her Doctorate in Clinical Surgery in 2015. She is a general and HPB surgeon at the Prince Charles Hospital with an interest in clinical research.

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  • Barbour, Andrew, O'Rourke, Nicholas, Samra, Jaswinder S., Haghighi, Koroush S., Kench, James, Mitchell, Jenna, Pavlakis, Nick, Burge, Matthew E., Fawcett, Jonathan, Gananadha, Sivikumar, Harris, Marion, Aghmesheh, Morteza, Chua, Yu Jo, Joubert, Warren Lance, Chan, Matthew M. K., Chandrasegaram, Manju Dashini, Yip, Sonia, Simes, John, Gebski, Val and Goldstein, David (2015). A multicenter, phase II trial of preoperative gemcitabine and nab-paclitaxel for resectable pancreas cancer: The AGITG GAP study.. In: Journal of Clinical Oncology. Gastrointestinal Cancers Symposium, San Francisco Ca, (). Jan 15-17, 2015.