Anupam commenced his specialist training in the UK initially in Medical Oncology before moving across to Radiation Oncology where he spent time at the Velinde Cancer Centre in Cardiff. Anupam completed his training at the Waikato Hospital in New Zealand before gaining experience at St Vincent Hospital Sydney and Cairns Radiation Oncology.
Anupam has been practicing as a Radiation Oncologist at the Riverina Cancer Care Centre since February, 2013. His special interest areas include Prostate, Head & Neck, Colorectal and Lung cancers.
Anupam is the Principal Investigator for a number of current trials available to RCCC patients. In addition to practicing at the centre in Wagga Wagga, Anupam provides a Radiation Oncology Consultation outreach service to Young Oncology.
Anupam enjoys outside of work listening to music, watching movies and traveling. His great passion is cricket and great enjoys spending leisure time with his young family.
MARTIN BERRYAssociate Professor Martin Berry graduated MBBS from the University of Sydney and gained specialty qualifications in radiation oncology from Australia, Canada and the USA.
Martin has longstanding commitment to professional education and was the Chief Censor (Examiner) for the Faculty of Radiation Oncology and Chair of the Education Board 2005-2010.
Over his career Martin has contributed his expertise to many state, national and international forums.
Martin’s clinical subspecialty is treating urological cancers. He is active in research to improve services for patients and developing tools and processes that support men in their treatment choices for prostate cancer.
PHILLIP YUILEAssociate Professor Yuile is a Consultant Radiation Oncologist with a wealth of experience. He is well known, especially in New South Wales and specifically the Northern Beaches and North Shore areas, as a consummate professional with over three decades of experience in the provision of high quality care to cancer patients.
As well as subspecialising in the treatment of breast cancer, A/Prof Yuile spent time in France studying the use of radiation in the management of lower bowel cancer and introduced the new pre-operative treatments into Australia in 1993. His main areas of research included breast, rectal, prostate and brain cancers.