Dr Johan Gani is a fellow of the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons and a member of the Urological Society of Australia and New Zealand. He completed his medical training at the University of Melbourne in the year 2000, and his Urology training in 2010. Johan undertook two further urology fellowship programmes, spending 1 year in Sydney at Concord Hospital, followed by another year at Toronto Western Hospital, Canada.
Johan has an interest in Functional Urology including male/female incontinence, female urology and neuro-urology. He has particular expertise in treating patients with the overactive bladder, and has extensive experience in the different treatment modalities. He is a consultant at the Western Hospital and the Austin Hospital in Melbourne, where he helps care for spinal cord injured patients.
Johan is active in research, publications and trials. He has been an invited speaker and presented at scientific meetings, as well as running workshops for trainees and other consultants. He has been the direct supervisor of local and international Functional Urology fellows. He is currently the Urology representative on the Part 1 Clinical Examination Committee of the College of Surgeons. Johan is also involved in educating the public and raising awareness on issues like incontinence.