Prof Stan Sidhu

Sidhu

Qualifications

MBBS PhD FRACS


Specialty

Endocrine Surgery
General Surgery


Areas of Interests

  • Endocrine  surgery
  • Thyroid surgery 
  • Parathyroid surgery  
  • Adrenal surgery 
  • Salivary gland surgery 
  • Endocrine cancer 

Address

Suite 202 69 Christie St St Leonards NSW 2065


Phone

9437 1731


Fax

9437 1732


Email

sidhurec@nebsc.com.au


Website

www.drstansidhu.com


Other practice locations


Appointments

Professor of Surgery, University of Sydney, Endocrine Surgery Unit, Royal North Shore Hospital Visiting Medical Officer – Surgeon, Hornsby – Ku-ring-gai Hospital


Services

Endocrine surgery


Publications

www.nebsc.com.au


Bio

Professor Sidhu is a Professor of Endocrine Surgery and Head of the University of Sydney Endocrine Surgical Unit. He has one of the largest pure Endocrine Surgical (thyroid/parathyroid/adrenal) practices in Australia and undertakes more than 500 operations per annum.  He is responsible for training local and overseas Endocrine Surgeons in Fellowship positions based at Hornsby and Royal North Shore Hospitals.

Professor Stan Sidhu has been granted a Sydney Medical School Foundation Fellowship and is a Senior Researcher within the Thyroid and Adrenal research groups, Cancer Genetics, Kolling Institute of Medical Research. He has held a NSW Cancer Institute Clinical Research Fellowship and his postdoctoral scientists and doctoral students have been successful at obtaining National Health and Medical Research Council, NSW Cancer Institute, Royal Australian College of Surgeons, Endeavour Foundation and University of Sydney scholarships and grants.

He is President of Australian and New Zealand Endocrine Surgeons Association (ANZES) and Chairman of the Section of Endocrine Surgery, Royal Australian College of Surgeons (RACS).  He is the first Australian surgeon ever appointed to the Editorial Board of the Annals of Surgery.  He currently sits on the Editorial Board of The Oncologist.

He also has extensive research interests into clinical outcomes in endocrine surgery and translational and basic science research projects to understand the pathophysiology of endocrine cancers and to determine ways in which targeted therapies can be developed to treat these cancers.