Associate Professor Sanjay Warrier
is a dedicated and compassionate Consultant Breast Oncology and Oncoplastic Surgeon at Chris O’Brien Lifehouse, Royal Prince Alfred and Mater Hospitals. He is also a Visiting Medical Officer at BreastScreen NSW.
He completed his undergraduate medical training at the University of New South Wales in 2002 with post fellowship training specialising in breast oncology and oncoplastic surgery within Prince of Wales and the Royal Prince Alfred Hospital networks.
In 2013, Sanjay’s work on Hedgehog signaling, in collaboration with Garvan Institute, won the Patron’s Prize at RPAH for best scientific oral presentation.
He is an Associate Professor at the University of Sydney with the Royal Prince Alfred Institute of Academic Surgery and is the lead researcher at the Institute with the goal to improve patient outcomes through the application of the latest research and innovative technology available both in Australia and around the world.
In 2017 Sanjay was the pioneer surgeon in Australia of the SPY Elite System in his theatres. This technology is the most advanced fluorescent imaging system in the world to accurately identify healthy blood flow around remaining tissue, assisting with the decisions for immediate breast reconstructive surgery following breast-gland removal.
A/Prof Warrier is the Course Co-Founder and Co-Coordinator of the Oncoplastic Masters Course at the University of Sydney.
Sanjay is a Board member of the Sydney Breast Cancer Foundation, a role that he is honoured to hold.
He is the current Chairman of Post-Fellowship Training for BreastSurgANZ, a role that involves training of future breast surgeons in Australia and New Zealand, and the current Site Director of Surgical Training at RPAH.
Sanjay is passionate about patient care, teaching, research and in the past year has presented at various national and international conferences.