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Specialist Details

Dr Tajalli Saghaie

SpecialtyRespiratory Medicine
Sleep Medicine
QualificationMD FRACP
Academic Post Websitehttp://sydney.edu.au/medicine/people/academics/profiles/tajalli.saghaie.php
Practice 1Macquarie University Clinic
Suite 306, 2 Technology Place
Phone: (02) 9812-3709
Fax: (02) 9812-3844
Practice 2Concord Hospital Medical Centre
Suite 100, Hospital Road
Phone: (02) 9767-8380
Fax: (02) 9767-8381

Dr Saghaie is a Respiratory and Sleep physician with significant experience in Interventional pulmonology, diagnostic and therapeutic Bronchoscopy, management of pleural disease, and multidisciplinary care of lung cancer. Dr Saghaie graduated from Tehran University, Iran in 2003. After having worked for a few years as a family practitioner overseas, he had the opportunity to train as a physician in Royal North Shore Hospital. During his Respiratory and Sleep training, he had the privilege of working with master physicians and researchers at Westmead, Nepean and Concord Hospitals. He also managed to pursue his passion in interventional pulmonology (therapeutic and diagnostic bronchoscopy as well as pleural procedures) by travelling and training in centres of excellence such as Johns Hopkins Hospital in the United States. He is a member of the Thoracic Society of Australia and New Zealand as well as the American Association of Bronschology and Interventional Pulmonology.


Dr Saghaie enjoys teaching medical students and junior doctors. He holds academic titles with both Sydney University and University of Western Sydney. He has been attending national and international conferences and courses as delegate, faculty and presented. More recently he presented at the world congress of lung cancer in Sydney as an invited speaker. Dr Saghaie has been publishing in medical journals since 2003. He is dedicated to research and is hoping to focus on interventional pulmonology in his future publications.

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