Dr. Shipra Verma is originally from India and obtained her medical degree at Christian Medical College in Ludhiana, Punjab.
She is a dual specialist in Nuclear Medicine and Geriatric Medicine in Australia. She commenced her Geriatric Medicine training in the Western Australian Geriatric Inter-hospital Training program in 2013, gaining fellowship with RACP in 2016.
She then commenced her Advanced Training in Nuclear Medicine at Royal Adelaide Hospital in South Australia in 2016. She completed further two years of training, including a year of fellowship specializing in PET/CT and radionuclide therapy at Fiona Stanley Hospital in Perth in 2019.
She was elected to the Memberships of the Royal colleges of Physicians of the United Kingdom in 2016.
Her sub-specialty interests are primarily in Dementia Imaging and Radionuclide Therapy.
Shipra holds a post at Fiona Stanley Hospital and Rockingham General Hospital as a Geriatrician, and Q scan Radiology clinics in WA as a PET Physician. She also holds a locum appointment at Fiona Stanley Hospital, working both a Nuclear Medicine and PET Physician.
She is a member of AANMS, RACP, and RCP (London).