Dr Raj Jagavkar


Radiation Oncologist

Special clinical interest in urological, lung, palliative and lymphoma.

Clinical Lecturer University of NSW

Dr Jagavkar graduated with honours from the University of NSW in 1992 and was awarded the Fellowship of The Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Radiologists in 2000. He was a Clinical Fellow at St George Hospital before undertaking further subspecialty training in brachytherapy at the Long Beach Memorial Medical Centre in California and the Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Centre in New York. He is a leading member of the St Vincent’s prostate brachytherapy program for both temporary and permanent implants and is a founding member of the St Vincent’s Prostate Institute. This unit is now a world leader in the field of prostate brachytherapy. He is also an active member of several national and international oncological societies.