Dr Nisha Jagasia is a Gynaecological Oncologist specialising in the surgical management of women with confirmed or suspected gynaecological malignancy and complex benign gynaecological pathology.

Dr Jagasia has recently returned after completing a fellowship at the National Peritoneal Malignancy Institute in Dublin Ireland, where she was part of a team which operates on and cares for patients with advanced colorectal appendiceal and gynaecological malignancies requiring cytoreductive surgery and heated intra-peritoneal chemotherapy.

Dr Jagasia received her Fellowship of the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists in 2012.  She completed a 2 year fellowship in Advanced Gynaecological Laparoscopy at Mercy Hospital for Women (Melbourne) followed by the 3 year Sub-specialisation in Gynaecological Oncology through the Royal Women's Hospital (Melbourne) and the Royal Brisbane and Women's and Mater Hospitals (Brisbane). Dr Jagasia's training is further complemented by having completed a fellowship year in General and Colorectal surgery as well as being awarded the Graduate Diploma in Palliative Care through Flinder's University.

Dr Jagasia practices as a Staff Specialist Gynaecological Oncologist at Mater Hospital Brisbane and is a member of Queensland Centre for Gynaecological Cancer Research (QCGC), which contributes to research in the field of gynaecological cancer.  She holds a Senior Lecturer position through the University of Queensland and is involved in teaching medical students and trainees that rotate through the Gynaecological Oncology service at Mater Hospital.

Dr Jagasia's focus is on the wholistic management of women with gynaecological malignancies throughout their cancer journey, from diagnosis, through surgery and into post-treatment survivorship.

Dr Jagasia conducts private practice at Mater Private Hospital Brisbane and consults from the Mater Medical Centre in South Brisbane.  She is happy to consult on both malignant and benign gynaecological conditions with the aim to use minimally invasive surgical techniques where possible.