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A/Prof. Robert Feller

Medical School

University of New South Wales


  • MBBS – 1985

  • FRACP – 1993

  • PhD - 2000 (University of Sydney)


  • NSW Medical Board​

A/Prof. Robert Feller completed his undergraduate medical degree at University of New South Wales followed by basic physician training at Prince of Wales Hospital. Advanced training in Gastroenterology and Hepatology was undertaken at Prince of Wales and Concord Hospitals.

A/Prof. Feller was the Liver Transplant Fellow at Royal Prince Alfred Hospital and subsequently completed a PhD in molecular hepatology at the Centenary Institute, University of Sydney. He was a VMO in Hepatology at Royal Prince Alfred Hospital until 2008.

He is currently a Senior Staff Specialist in Gastroenterology and Hepatology at St Vincent’s Public and Private Hospitals and VMO at St Luke’s Hospital.

A/Prof. Feller is currently the Convenor of the annual NETI-CE (National Endoscopy Training Initiative – in Capsule Endoscopy) course and the NSW Capsule Endoscopy Group. He is also a conjoint Senior Lecturer in Medicine at the University of New South Wales.​

Areas of Special Interest

  • Colonoscopy

  • Capsule Endoscopy

  • IBD

  • Liver Disease (Viral/Autoimmune)

  • Dr Feller undertakes Capsule Endoscopy studies at Pennant Hills Gastroenterology

Current Appointments and Visiting Rights

  • St Vincent’s Hospital – Senior Staff Specialist – Dept. Gastroenterology and Hepatology

  • St Vincent’s Private Hospital – VMO gastroenterologist

  • St Luke’s Hospital – VMO gastroenterologist

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