Dr Christopher Rogan 

Dr Christopher Rogan 

MBBS (UNSW Hons1), BSc(Med), FRANZCR, FACP

Dr Rogan graduated in Medicine from the University of NSW in 2002 with First Class Honours. He was a Neurosurgery registrar at Nepean Hospital and RPAH and completed Basic Surgical Training prior to entering radiology. Over the next 5 years, he trained in Radiology at Royal Prince Alfred Hospital, spending his senior registrar year after completing the fellowship exam 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.

He is currently a Staff Specialist at RPAH with a focus on Interventional Oncology, Angioplasty and Stenting, Embolisation and Endovascular procedures. He is also a VMO at Macquarie University Hospital, Royal North Shore Hospital, North Shore Vein Clinic and Sydney Adventist Hospital. He is involved in publications, research, education and other academic activities and plays an active role in the Interventional Radiology Society of Australasia, currently as an organiser for its 2015 Annual Scientific Meeting.

Dr Rogan is Clinical Lecturer at the Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences, Macquarie University. He has special interests in Interventional Oncology, liver disease, peripheral vascular disease and varicose vein treatments. He is currently investigating the use of Intra-Arterial Isolation Chemotherapy to treat liver and pancreatic cancers.

He enjoys playing guitar and keen to learn to sail..

Check out his website here.

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Sydney Adventist Hospital,

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Wahroonga NSW 2076

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St Leonards NSW 2065

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