Sunil is a graduate of South Australia’s Flinders University.

He underwent residency training in medicine and surgery at The Royal Adelaide Hospital and completed a Masters degree in Medicine before moving to Queensland to undertake specialist training in ophthalmology.

In 2013 he was awarded a Prevent Blindness Foundation scholarship to study  diseases of the Retina, Glaucoma and Ocular Oncology.

Sunil also undertook specialist training in Ocular Oncology at the Liverpool

Ocular Oncology Service (NHS Centre for Excellence) in the UK.

He has a diverse city and suburban practice focused mainly on cataract surgery and glaucoma, as well as offering subspecialty services in medical retina and ocular oncology. He also provides outreach services to Longreach in Western Queensland.

Sunil is a committed teacher of medical students and trainee specialists, both in his private practice and via his public appointment at Brisbane’s Mater Hospital. He is the Director of Training for Ophthalmology in Queensland.

His involvement in the ASO began in 2015 and Sunil says he sees his role on the ASO Board as a means to connect younger fellows with their colleagues and community.

He believes it is essential for specialists to have a strong voice on how services are best provided in both city and rural settings.