Parthipun, Aneeta - interventional radiology consultant

 

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  • Aneeta Parthipun is a consultant interventional radiologist at Guy’s and St Thomas'. She was previously a paediatric interventional radiologist at Great Ormond Street Hospital, London. Aneeta qualified in 2002 from Guy's, King's and St Thomas' medical school. She was awarded a first class honours in her intercalated BSc.

    Aneeta has trained in all aspects of general and interventional radiology in London and has worked in multiple teaching hospitals including the Royal Marsden, Royal Brompton, King's College Hospital and St. George's Hospital.

    Her clinical experience includes all aspects of basic and advanced interventional radiology procedures with a special focus in oncology and paediatric interventions.

    Aneeta has authored or co-authored a number of peer-reviewed original scientific papers and book chapters and presented numerous oral papers and scientific presentations. She has also been an invited lecturer in national and international conferences.

  • Education and training

    • April 2016 - August 2019: Consultant Paediatric Interventional Radiologist, Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children
    • Feb 2015 - Feb 2016: Hepatobiliary and Oncology Interventional Radiology Post CCT Fellowship, King's College Hospital, London, UK
    • September 2012 - February 2015: Interventional Radiology Fellowship, Guy's and St Thomas' NHS Foundation Trust, London,
    • 2011: Postgraduate Certificate in Healthcare Management and Leadership, Manchester Business School
    • 2009: Fellow of the Royal College of Radiologists (FRCR)
    • 2004: Intercollegiate MRCS Part 1 and Part 2
    • 2002: Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery (MB BS), Guy's, King's and St. Thomas' Schools of Medicine, University of London
    • 2000: BSc in Immunology and Parasitology, First Class (I) Honours, King's College London, University of London
  • Specialist interests

    • vascular interventions
    • children's interventional radiology including central venous access (Ports, Hickman lines, dialysis lines, PICCS), tumour ablation), airway intervention, gastrointestinal intervention (gastrostomy insertion, oesophageal stents, oesophageal dilatations)
    • non-vascular intervention.
  • Awards

    • 2015 – BSIR Junior Member Best Presentation

    • 2014 – Terumo Scholarship "highly commended" (2nd Prize) award, BSIR

    • 2014 – CIRSE Certification of Merit for electronic poster presentation

    • 2013 – Terumo Scholarship 1st Prize, Presented at BSIR, Manchester

    • 2008 – 1st Prize British Nuclear Medicine Society Poster Competition

    • 2002 – British Medical and Dental Elective Trust Prize

    • 2002 – Special Study Elective Module Year 5 MBBS Prize

    • 2000 – Silver Medallist United Kingdom University Karate Competition