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Mr Saurabh Sinha

Saurabh Sinha

Mr Saurabh Sinha

Role: Consultant Paediatric Neurosurgeon

Mr Saurabh Sinha BMBCh(Oxon) MA(Oxon) FRCS(Ed) FRCSEd(NeuroSurg) is a consultant adult and paediatric neurosurgeon based in Sheffield in the United Kingdom. He is one of the few neurosurgeons qualified in paediatric endoscopic base skull surgery.
Current Positions

1.Consultant Paediatric and Adult Neurosurgeon at the Sheffield Children’s NHS Foundation Trust and Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust.
2.Honorary Senior Lecturer at University of Sheffield.
3.Deputy Programme Director for Neurosurgery, Yorkshire Deanery.


Specialist Registrar – Hull Royal Infirmary and Royal Hallamshire Hospital, Sheffield

European Post-graduate Certificate in Paediatric Neurosurgery (ESPN)

Neurosurgery Fellowship in UVA, Charlottesville, Virginia, USA

Post-CCT Fellowship in paediatric and pituitary surgery at the John Radcliffe Hospital, Oxford

Special Interests

Paediatric Neurosurgery

Endoscopic Pituitary and Skull Base Surgery

Intraventricular Neuroendoscopy


Mr Sinha is widely published. His book chapters are below.

Book Chapters

Jesurasa A, Kailaya-Vasan A, Sinha S (2011) Surgery for Pituitary Tumours In Surgery (Oxford) 29(9): 428-433. Elsevier

Shehu B, Mahmud M, Sinha S, Jayamohan J (2010) Brain and Spinal Cord Tumours (Chapter 109) In Paediatric Surgery: A Comprehensive Text For Africa. Ameh, Bickler, Lakhoo, Nwomeh & Poenaru (Eds). Global HELP

Sinha S, Johnson RD (2009) Paediatric Neurosurgery (Chapter 9) In Neurosurgery for Basic Surgical Trainees (2nd Edition). Liebenberg & Johnson (Eds). Hippocrates Books

Johnson RD, Richards P, Jayamohan J, Sinha S (2009) Paediatric Neurosurgery (Chapter 7) In Landmark Studies in Neurosurgery. Johnson & Green (Eds). Hippocrates Books

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