Dr Seton graduated from the University of New South Wales. She undertook her General Surgical training in the Northern Sydney Network and then post-fellowship colorectal training at Royal North Shore Hospital. She completed further colorectal training in the United Kingdom. She completed the Colchester Laparoscopic Fellowship and was appointed as a locum consultant colorectal surgeon there, where she specialised in laparoscopic surgery for both benign and malignant disease.
At St Mark’s Hospital, London (a world-renowned specialist gastrointestinal hospital), she gained experience in the surgical and multidisciplinary management of complex coloproctology, in particular intestinal failure & rehabilitation and pelvic floor pathology (working with the United Kingdom’s largest specialist biofeedback team and with the Sir Alan Parks Physiology Unit); alongside complex inflammatory bowel disease surgery, intestinal polyposis, abdominal wall reconstruction as well as advanced proctology.