Dr Saurabh Gupta is an Interventional Gastroenterologist specialising in advanced diagnostic and therapeutic endoscopic procedures. Dr Gupta has extensive experience in all forms of bariatric endoscopy, including endoscopic sleeve gastroplasty and intragastric balloon placement and removal and is participating in research looking at obesity outcomes.
Apart from bariatric endotherapy, Dr Gupta has a special interest in pancreatic and biliary disease including therapeutic EUS and ERCP, as well as endoscopic resection of advanced neoplasia (including Barrett’s endotherapy), capsule endoscopy and balloon enteroscopy for small bowel disorders.
Dr Gupta graduated with Honours from the University of New South Wales in 1999 before undertaking his Fellowship in Gastroenterology with the Royal Australasian College of Physicians. Following this, Dr Gupta spent time in Brisbane and then undertook the prestigious Advanced Endoscopy Fellowship at Duke University Medical Center, North Carolina USA, before returning to the Princess Alexandra Hospital in Brisbane where he worked as a senior consultant and interventional endoscopist for 6 years. He returned to Sydney in 2016 to be closer to friends and family, and has taken up a position as an interventional endoscopist at Concord Hospital, the Sydney Adventist Hospital and Pennant Hills Day Surgery.
Dr Gupta has recently been elected chairman of the EUS special interest group within the Gastroenterological Society of Australia, and is a frequent invited speaker to national and international meetings. He is an active member of the EUS taskforce Asia-Pacific where he participates in training for advanced endoscopy, especially therapeutic EUS.
Dr Gupta is accredited for all available endoscopic procedures by the Conjoint Committee for training under the Gastroenterology Society of Australia.