A/Prof Sandra Krishnan
Leading Breast Surgeon, Clinical Associate Professor, Australian Medical University
Dr Sandra Krishnan is a surgeon, and beyond this, an educator, mentor, writer, and speaker. She is a Senior Consultant, Surgical Oncologist; Breast, Melanoma and General Surgeon and Senior Clinical Lecturer ANU, based in Sydney and Canberra. She is Co-President of the Provincial Surgeons Association of Australia and Co-Convenor for the ACT Annual Scientific Meeting in August 2022 in Canberra. Dr Krishnan is a Member of RACS Special Groups — Surgical Oncology, Women in Surgery; has memberships with BreastSurgANZ, ANZ Breast Cancer Trials Group, Australasian Society for Breast Disease, ACT & SE NSW Breast Cancer Treatment Group, ANZ Melanoma Trials Group. She is also a CHASM (Collaborating Hospitals’ Audit of Surgical Mortality) First Line Assessor and a Senior Instructor for Early Management of Severe Trauma.
Dr Krishnan is a Non-Executive Director – Board of So Brave Australia’s Young Women’s Breast Cancer Charity. She is a Mentor for ASSA, Australasian Students’ Surgical Association (ASSA). She has partnerships with Healthcert Education and is an op Ed Writer for Oncology and Medical Republic, Staff Lead for ‘The Link,’ an ANU program to connect global healthcare workers. She is the Founder of ‘Note to Myself,’ What I wish I knew in my 20s, and empowering chapter series for women empowering women while raising funds for charity.