Ashish Sinha trained in medicine at the University of Nottingham. He embarked on specialist training in General and Colorectal Surgery in the South East Thames Region, London surgical rotation.
Ashish spent two years in full time research at St Mark’s Hospital, based at the Polyposis Registry. He worked on various clinical aspects of desmoid disease in familial adenomatous polyposis as well as developing the evidence base to inform surgical strategy for these patients. The resulting MD thesis was awarded by the Department of Surgical Oncology, Imperial College, London. He has published numerous papers in scientific journals on these topics and his academic work continues to focus on inherited colorectal cancers and the genetic basis of these disease.
Ashish augmented his surgical training with a post-CCT clinical fellowship at St Mark’s Hospital prior to being appointed as a Consultant Colorectal Surgeon to Ealing and St Mark’s Hospitals, London North West University Healthcare NHS Trust. He continues with his research interest in the fields of inherited colorectal cancer syndromes, emergency general surgery in elderly patients and minimally invasive surgery.
His clinical practice covers all aspects of colorectal cancer care along with elective and emergency General Surgery. He offers minimally invasive surgery for colorectal disease and treatment of common conditions such as haemorrhoids, fistula surgery, pilonidal disease and hernia repair.