Anushka completed a medical degree at Guy’s, Kings and St Thomas School of Medicine in London, and her Oncoplastic Fellowship at Birmingham’s Queen Elizabeth Hospital, a National Oncoplastic Training Centre, gaining unique insights into both plastic and oncological breast surgery. This surgery allows the most effective treatment for breast cancers, whilst preserving cosmetic and functional outcomes wherever possible.
She has expertise in the management of all aspect of benign and malignant breast disease, oncoplastic breast conservation, immediate and delayed breast reconstruction and correction of breast asymmetry. Furthermore, she provides consultation and breast surgery for augmentation, reduction surgery and mastopexy (breast uplift).
Anushka is lead of the Leadership and Management module of the Oncoplastic MS at the University of East Anglia, (where she is an Honorary Senior Lecturer); has national awards and has given international presentations on the subject, the intraoperative molecular diagnosis of lymph nodes in breast cancer patients using OSNA and has a keen interest in patient reported outcomes after breast reconstruction, publishing book chapters and contributing to studies in the subject.
She lives in Wroughton with her husband and two young daughters.