Dr Aspasia Soultati is an exceptionally skilled consultant medical oncologist in East Sussex.
She is an expert in numerous types of cancer, including genitourinary cancers (kidney cancer, bladder cancer and prostate cancer), and is also highly specialised in lower GI (gastrointestinal) cancers, such as colorectal cancer. In fact, Dr Soultati's expertise has led her to become the oncology lead for the cancer unit at Eastbourne and Conquest NHS Foundation Trust.
Patients can access her private healthcare services at Nuffield Health Brighton Hospital, which also covers the areas of Eastbourne and Conquest. In both private and public care settings, she provides a variety of treatments, including chemotherapy, target therapy and immunotherapy. She also collaborates with Healthcare at Home to offer chemotherapy at home.
Dr Soultati underwent extensive specialist training in Athens, Greece, which is where she also earned her PhD. Following this, she relocated to the UK to continue her training at the well known Guy's and St Thomas' Hospital in London. Additionally, she pursued postdoctoral translational research in renal cancers with a team of world-renowned scientists at the Francis Crick Institute, also in London. She is an avid researcher and has made numerous contributions to cancer research.
She makes every effort to transform the experience of patients with cancer across Sussex by providing professional and personalised care, and by encouraging research investigations to improve patient outcomes in oncology.