A/Prof Ruta Gupta, MD, MBBS, FRCPA, Grad Cert in Higher Education
Staff specialist, Royal Prince Alfred Hospital
Clinical Associate Professor University of Sydney
Visiting Scientist The Kinghorn Cancer Centre
A/Prof Gupta was admitted as a Fellow of the Royal College of Pathologists ofAustralasia in January 2011. Her initial training in pathology included completion of postgraduate training in pathology from Tata Memorial Hospital, India, followed by Fellowships in molecular and advanced diagnostic techniques at Cedars Sinai Medical Centre, United States of America. She holds a Fellowship in Genitourinary pathology from Cedars Sinai Medical Centre, Los Angeles, United States of America under the guidance of Dr Mahul Amin (Editorin- Chief of AJCC Cancer Staging Manual’s eighth edition). She has also worked as an academic fellow in anatomic pathology at The Canberra Hospital and lecturer at theAustralian National University, ACT, followed by training in neuropathology at the Royal Prince Alfred Hospital, University of Sydney.
A/Prof Gupta is currently working as a full time staff specialist in the Tissue Pathology and Diagnostic Oncology at the Royal Prince Alfred Hospital. In addition to the busy clinical service, she participates in the Genitourinary Multidisciplinary meetings and contributes to the Head and Neck Oncology and Thyroid Multidisciplinary meetings as a lead Pathologist.
A/Prof Gupta’s research interests principally include genitourinary pathology including renal and prostate cancers and head and neck pathology. Her research efforts are centred on identification of histopathologic prognostic factors and novel biomarkers using immunohistochemical techniques. Her research interests have generated 41 publications in international peer reviewed indexed journals, 50 publication abstracts (5 of which have won national and international awards) and 2 textbook chapters based on evidence based medicine and research methodology.