• Fellow of the Royal Australasian College of Physicians
• Doctor of Medicine (University of Melbourne 2014)
• Bachelor of Laws/Bachelor of Science (University of Melbourne 2010)
Areas of Interest
Dr Schneider has an active interest in advanced interventional endoscopy, including the management of pre-cancerous polyps. He likewise has expertise in the diagnosis and management of luminal gastroenterological conditions such as inflammatory bowel disease, coeliac and reflux, as well as the management of liver diseases and irritable bowel syndrome. He is focused on delivering patient-centred care in an approachable and personable manner, whilst delivering strong communication to referring clinicians.
Having initially completed law prior to studying medicine, Dr Schneider brings a broad-minded but patient-centred approach to his practice. After graduating from the University of Melbourne and completing basic physician training, he undertook specialist advanced training in gastroenterology at the Royal Melbourne Hospital, Launceston General and Monash Health. He has subsequently completed a luminal endoscopy fellowship at the Alfred Hospital and is completing an interventional endoscopy fellowship at the Royal Melbourne Hospital. His endoscopy fellowships have given him expertise in managing a wide range of complex luminal gastroenterological conditions.
Whilst undertaking specialty and sub-speciality training, Dr Schneider has also published research in international and national journals, and presented at international conferences. He is a member of the Gastroenterological Society of Australia’s Sustainability Network, helping to address and reduce healthcare’s, and particularly endoscopy’s, impact on the environment.
Royal Melbourne Hospital
Consults and Operates at:
The Epworth Hospital, Richmond
Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency
Fellow of the Royal Australasian College of Physicians
Gastroenterological Society of Australia
Australian Medical Association