Mr Jay Chatterjee

  • Consultant in Gynaecology and Gynae-oncology


Mr Chatterjee is a Consultant Gynaecologist at the Royal Surrey County Hospital NHS Foundation Trust (Guildford) associated with the renowned St Luke’s Cancer Centre. He is a sub-specialist in Gynae-oncology surgery, having done his fellowship at the prestigious West London Gynar-oncology Cancer Centre at the Hammersmith hospital. He is an honorary Clinical Senior Lecture at Imperial College, London, and an honorary Senior Lecturer at the University of Surrey.

Mr Chatterjee offers the entire spectrum of surgical treatments of early and advanced ovarian cancer, robotic and laparoscopic surgery for endometrial and cervical cancer. He performs fertility preserving surgery for cervical cancer. In addition, Mr Chatterjee treats vulval cancer using sentinel node assessment.

Mr Chatterjee manages and treats women with pre-cancerous lesions of the uterus, cervix and vulva and has extensive experience in managing women with initial and recurrent presentation of gynaecological cancer. He focuses on advancing the philosophy of upfront radical treatment in ovarian cancer.

Mr Chatterjee is involved in translational research looking at new novel therapeutic targets in gynaecological cancers and has published extensively in his field. His research interest is aimed at promoting new biomarker discovery and validation in gynaecological cancers. He has published on clinical interventions improving patient outcomes from gynaecological cancers. Currently, Mt Chatterjee is working to develop genomic, preteomic and immunomic characterisation of tumours so that novel therapies can be applies as part of personalised cancer care to improve survival.

Clinical interests

  • Post-menopausal bleeding and irregular periods
  • Complex ovarian masses
  • Cervical cancer screening and treatment
  • Fertility sparing surgery in cervical cancer
  • Vulval disorders
  • Genetic gynaecological cancers
  • Pre-cancerous lesions of the vulva/vagina
  • Abnormal uterine bleeding