Dr Elliott Brenman
Dr Elliott Brenman
BMedSci, BMBS, MRCP (UK), FRACP
Dr Elliott Brenman is a general Medical Oncologist with a special interest in genitourinary and lung cancers.
Elliott graduated from Nottingham Medical School (UK) in 2006 and spent 4 years working in hospitals in the UK. During that time he gained full membership to the Royal College of Physicians (UK). In 2010 he moved to New Zealand and decided to settle permanently. Elliott conducted his oncology specialist training at Waikato and Auckland Hospitals. Elliott has a passion for teaching and education. He was the first ever trainee to sit on the Royal Collage advisory board for Oncology Training in New Zealand. He regularly teaches students at all levels from medical school through to doctors advanced training in Oncology.
During his career Elliott has been heavily involved in cancer research. He has been an investigator in numerous phase I, II, and III clinical trials. In 2014 he was granted a fellowship to attend the ACORD workshop where he wrote a research protocol for an international cancer trial conducted throughout Australia and New Zealand. In 2014 the New Zealand Society for Oncology awarded him the prize for clinical research in recognition of his study into the outcomes from ovarian cancer in New Zealand women.
Elliott completed his specialist training in 2015. He spent a year working as a consultant in both public and private hospitals in Auckland. At this time he also conducted a clinical research fellowship through the University of Auckland. In 2016 Elliott moved to the Bay of Plenty to take up a permanent Medical Oncology position in Tauranga Hospital.
Elliott prides himself on clear communication and his patient-centered approach; tailoring cancer treatment to suit each patient’s individual needs.