- Glen Waverley: Specialist Urology, 292 Springvale Road (map)
- East Melbourne: Suite 103, Freemason's Medical Centre, 320 Victoria Parade (map)
- Coburg: John Fawkner Consulting Rooms, 267 Moreland Road (map)
- Mildura: 234 Thirteenth Street (map)
Consultations are usually available promptly, and urgent cases will be fitted in as required. All appointments and enquiries through main rooms at Glen Waverley, on (03)95600844.
Mr Sengupta carries out surgery at the Epworth Freemasons Hospital, Waverley Private Hospital, Epworth Eastern Hospital and John Fawkner Hospital. Surgery can usually be booked quickly after initial consultation.
Mr Sengupta has particular training, expertise and interest in surgery for urologic cancers, including prostate cancer, bladder cancer, kidney cancer and testis cancer. He specialises in radical prostatectomy (open or by the daVinci robot), cystectomy with ileal conduit or neobladder reconstruction, partial or total nephrectomy (open or laparoscopic) and retroperitoneal lymph node dissection.
Additionally, Mr Sengupta also performs a range of general urologic procedures, including cystoscopy, bladder and prostate biopsy, vasectomy, transurethral resection of the prostate (TURP), Greenlight laser surgery (PVP) of the prostate and stone surgery (including ureteroscopy with laser and shock wave lithotripsy or ESWL).
Research and teaching
Mr Sengupta is actively involved in urological research, particularly in the areas of genito-urinary cancer. Currently, Mr Sengupta is involved in numerous clinical trials through the ANZUP cancer Trials group, where he is a member of the Scientific advisory committee and deputy-chair of the bladder cancer subcommittee. He has published a number of research papers, review articles and book chapters (click here for a list of Mr Sengupta's published papers).
Previously, Mr Sengupta has completed a Masters in Surgery through the University of Melbourne undertaking research on colorectal cancer, and a Doctorate in Medicine on prognostic factors in urological malignancies.
Mr Sengupta is committed to improving cancer care for patients. He is the current chair of the Urological Cancer Committee of the Victorian Co-operative Oncology Group, leader of the special advisory group on genito-urinary oncology within the Urological Society of Australia and New Zealand and the deputy-chair of the uro-oncology group of the Clinical Oncology Society of Australia.
Mr Sengupta participates in teaching urological trainees and medical students in his role as Director of Training and Research at Austin Health, Heidelberg. Mr Sengupta is currently the chair of the Victorian Training, Assessment and Education committee of the Urological Society of Australia and New Zealand (USANZ).
Mr Sengupta has a passion for patient education, in order to help them in best dealing with their illness.
- 2014: Doctor of Medicine (The University of Melbourne)
- 2004-6: Fellowship in Urologic oncology at the Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN, USA, under the Society of Urologic Oncology.
- Feb 04: Completed training program in urology run by USANZ), thus becoming a Fellow of the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons.
- 2002: Masters in Surgery (The University of Melbourne)
- 1993: M.B.,B.S. (The University of Melbourne)
- 1987: VCE (HSC) - Melbourne High School (Dux)
Detailed resume here