Dr. PRABHU N NESARGIKAR

GENERAL, BARIATRIC, UPPER GI CANCER AND ADVANCED ENDOSCOPIC SURGEON

MBBS (HONS). MRCS (ENG) . MA (MED ED). MFSTED. MD. FRCS. CCT (UK)

GI and Bariatric Surgeon in Bangalore | Dr Prabhu Nesargikar comes with an International pedigree and has experience of more than 16 years having worked in UK, South Korea and Singapore. He is a Consultant Esophageal and Gastric Oncosurgeon, Bariatric and Advanced Endoscopic Surgeon. He graduated from M.S. Ramaiah Medical College, Bengaluru and won any accolades in the medical school, including being in the top 10 percentile for academic acheievements. On completion of his MBBS, he subsequently moved to UK to pursue his surgical training. He did his Basic Surgical Training at Taunton, and obtained his MRCS from Royal College of Surgeons, England. Pursing his passion for teaching, he spent a year at Keele Medical School as a Clinical Tutor. Concurrent with his teaching, he carried out research in educational methodologies and obtained MA in Medical Education based on the thesis and was awarded ‘Merit’ distinction. His inquisitiveness in clinical research led him to Cardiff where he carried out basic science research in renal ischemia-reperfusion injures, and based on his work and thesis, he was awarded Doctor of Medicine (MD) from Cardiff University. 

He presented his research work at European Congress of Organ Transplantation, Brussels and was awarded the prestigious “Young Investigator Award” among thousands of presentations.

He topped the UK National surgical interviews in 2010, and pursued his Higher Specialist Training in Scotland and specialised in General, Upper GI and Bariatric Surgery from Edinburgh. He was awarded CCT( Certificate of Completion of Training) from General Medical Council ( UK) on completion of his training, and obtained his FRCS from RCSEd. He was also awarded MFSTEd (Membership of Faculty of Surgical Trainers) in recognition of his teaching and training achievements.

He subsequently moved to Singapore and joined National University Hospital as Assosc Consultant in Upper GI Cancer and Bariatric Surgery. He gained further specialist training in cancer, bariatric surgery and advanced endoscopy surgery. During his stint in Singapore, he gained further specialist experience in Upper GI cancer at SNUH, Seoul, S.Korea and received awards at the Korean and Japanese Gastric Cancer Congresses.

He was always desired to return to India, and now works at HCG Hospital as a Consultant Esophageal- Gastric Cancer and Peritoneal cancer surgeon. He was instrumental in launching LOGIC (Lifestyle, Obesity and GI Care) by HCG enterprises and offers comprehensive multimodal treatment for obesity and metabolic disorders including endoscopic and operative interventions for weight loss. He is also specialist in Minimally Invasive Surgery and complex abdominal wall hernias.

He is a strong advocate of patient safety and has been involved in Human Factors and NOTSS training for surgeons in UK. He continues to be a tutor with the Edinburgh University, UK on their Surgical ChM programme. He is member of various international and national organisations, and has published in various journals. He has presented at various conferences in USA, UK, Europe, Korea, Japan and Vietnam, and has collaborations with teams in UK and Singapore.

Credentials

  • FRCS | Royal College of Surgeons, Edinburgh   –   2017
  • MD | Cardiff University, UK   –   2016
  • MFSTEd |Faculty of Surgical Trainers, RCS, Edinburgh   –   2015
  • A. in Medical Education (Merit) | Keele University, UK   –   2012
  • MRCS |Royal College of Surgeons England   –   2007
  • MBBS (Honours) | M.S. Ramaiah Medical College, Bangalore, India   –   2002

INTERNATIONAL ORGANISATIONS:

  • Association of Upper GI Surgeons, UK (AUGIS)                                                  
  • British Hernia Society
  • International society for dieseases of the esophagus (ISDE)
  • Interational federation for THE surgery of obesity and metabolic DISORDERS (IFSO)
  • INTERNATIONAL sOCIETY FOR THE STUDY OF THE PLEURA AND PERTIONEUM ( ISSPP)

 

NATIONAL ORGANISATION:

  • Assosciation of surgeons of india (asi)
  • OBESITY SURGERY SOCIETY OF INDIA (OSSI)
  • INDIAN ASSOSCIATION OF SURGICAL GASTROENTEROLOGY (IASG)
  • Grant Awardee I Korean Gastric Cancer Congress I S Korea    2019
  • Grant Awardee I Japanese Gastric Cancer Congress I Japan    2019
  • NHS Scotland Leadership and Management Programme    2018
  • ESOT Young Investigator Award | Brussels    2015
  • ILM Level 2 Award in Team Leading | Keele University, UK    2009
  • European Computer Driving Licence | British Computer Society, UK    2007
  • Gold Medal in the subject of Medicine | M.S. Ramaiah Medical College, India    2001
  • 3rd Rank in final year MBBS | M.S. Ramaiah Medical College, India    2001
  • TreasurerI 1st International Society for the Study of Pleura and Peritoneum Congress, Singapore   –   Nov 2019
  • Organising member I Minimally Invasive Digestive Surgery Workshop, Singapore   –   Feb 2019
  • Invited International Faculty I AWRecon Conference, BMC, Bengaluru   –   Feb 2019
  • Organising member I 2nd Asia-Pacific Pressurized IntraPeritoneal Aerosol Chemotherapy (PIPAC) Workshop & Symposium on Peritoneal Cancers, Singapore   –  Oct 2018
  • Team Lead I Foundation Doctors’ rota Design and Compliance, Royal Infirmary NHS Hospital, Edinburgh   –   2017 – 2018
  • Interview panel member – for recruitment of medical students, Keele School of Medicine, UK   –   2008 – 2009
  • Assos Consultant, UGI Cancer, Bariatric and Endoscopic Surgery, National University Hospital, Singapore   –   Aug 2018- Jul 2019
  • Visiting International Fellowship I UGI Cancer and Bariatric Surgery, Seoul National University Hospital, Bundang I S. Korea   –   Apr 2019 – Apr 2019
  • CCT General and Upper GI Surgery, SE Scotland Registrar Training Programme I Royal Infirmary Hospital, Edinburgh   –   Aug 2010 – Jul 2018
  • Research Fellow – Transplant Surgery   –   Aug 2011 -Feb 2013
    University Hospital of Wales | Cardiff, UK   –   Sep 2009 – Jul 2010
  • Surgical Teaching Fellow | Keele School of Medicine, UK   –   Sep 2008 – Aug 2009
  • Specialist Registrar – Colorectal Surgery |Royal Shrewsbury Hospital, UK   –   Jun 2008 – Aug 2008
  • ST2 Specialty Training Appointment |West Midlands Deanery, UK   –   Aug 2007 – Jun 2008
  • Basic Surgical Rotation | Taunton and Somerset NHS   –   May 2014- Jul 2007
  • Clinical Fellow- Vascular Surgery| M.S. Ramaiah Hospital, Bangalore, India   –   Sep 2003 – Feb 2004
  • House Officer | M.S. Ramaiah Hospital, Bangalore, India   –   Aug 2001 -Sep 2002

Publications (Articles)

  • STARSurg Collaborative. Critical care usage after major gastrointestinal and liver surgery: a prospective, multicentre observational study. Br J Anaesth. 2019 Jan; 122(1):42-50.
  • EUROSURG Collaborative. Body mass index and complications following major gastrointestinal surgery: a prospective, international cohort study and meta-analysis.Colorectal Dis. 2018 Aug; 20(8): O215-O225.
  • STARSurg Collaborative. Safety of Nonsteroidal Anti-inflammatory Drugs in Major Gastrointestinal Surgery: A Prospective, Multicenter Cohort Study. World J Surg 2017; 41(1): 47-55.
  • Khalid U, Gilda Pino-Chavez, Nesargikar P, Jenkins RH, Bowen T, Fraser DJ, Chavez RC. Kidney ischaemia reperfusion injury in the rat: the EGTI scoring system as a valid and reliable tool for histological assessment. Journal of Histology & Histopathology20163:1
  • STARSurg Collaborative. Multicentre prospective cohort study of body mass index and postoperative complications following gastrointestinal surgery. Br J Surg 2016; 103(9): 1157-72.
  • Nesargikar PN, Amadilo L, Potter M. Invited critical review of article: Abnormal vital signs are common after bowel resection and do not predict anastomotic leak. eaes-eur.org.
  • Nesargikar PN, Spiller B, Chavez RC. The Complement System: History, Pathways, Cascade and inhibitors. Eur J of Micr Immuno2012; 2:103–111
  • Nesargikar PN, Kaur V, Cocker DM, Lengyel J. Consenting for pelvic nerve injury in colorectal surgery: Need to address age and gender bias. Ann R Coll Surg Engl 2010; 92: 391-4
  • Nesargikar PN. From student to tutor in Problem Based Learning: An unexplored avenue. BJMP 2010; 3:313
  • Pant M, Nesargikar PN, Cocker DM. Team Assessment Behaviour (TAB) as an assessment tool: A critical evaluation. BJMP 2009; 2:35-37
  • Harji DP, Jaunoo SS, Mistry P, Nesargikar PN. Immunoprophylaxis in Asplenic Patients. Int J Surg 009; 7: 421-3
  • Nesargikar PN, Granell M, Orme R, Hinwood D, Houghton A. Newton’s Law to the rescue: Therapeutic effects of gravity aiding the management of a migratory venous foreign body– A Case Report. Vasc Endovascular Surg 2009; 43: 406-9
  • Nesargikar PN, Jaunoo S. Natural Orifice Translumenal Endoscopic Surgery – A review. Int J Surg 2009 Jun; 7:232-6.
  • Nesargikar PN, Ajith MK, Eyers PS, Nichols B, Chester JF. Lumbar Chemical Sympathectomy in Peripheral Vascular Disease- Does it still have a role? Int J Surg 2009; 7:145-9

 

Publications (Abstracts)

  • Nesargikar P, Chavez G, Spiller B,Chavez R. Anti- rat Anti-Thymocyte Globulin attenuates Renal Ischemia-Reperfusion injury in rats. Transpl Int 2012: 25: 24.
  • Agrawal S, Elhassan M, Bagouri EO, Nesargikar PN, Kaur V, Cheruvu CVN, Peacock A. The safety and efficacy of the same day discharge after laparoscopic fundoplication: A prospective cohort study. Surg Endosc 2010: 24: S 12.
  • Nesargikar PN, Ajith MK, Eyers PS, Nichols B, Chester JF. Lumbar Chemical Sympathectomy in Peripheral Vascular Disease- Does it still have a role? – A National Study. Br J Surg 2010: 97(Suppl 2): 193.
  • Agrawal S, Nesargikar PN, Bhogal RH, Barraclough L, Durkin D, Cheruvu CVN. Specailst Upper GI Intervention improves patient outcome following emergency laparoscopic cholecystectomy. Surg Endosc 2010: 24: S 21.
  • Nesargikar P, Bonney GK, Corless DJ, Cheruvu CVN. Adherence to routine follow up: A crucial element to weight reduction following laparoscopic obesity surgery. Surg Endosc 2010: 24: S130.
  • Agrawal S, Kaur V, Nesargikar PN, Cheruvu CVN. Laparoscopic repair of perforated duodenal ulcer. Surg Endosc 2010: 24:S165.
  • Nesargikar PN, V. Kaur, D. M. Cocker, J. Lengyel. Are women being informed of pelvic nerve injury in pelvic colorectal surgery? Br J of Surg 2009; 96(S4): 82–180.
  • Bonney G, Nesargikar P, Luke D, Corless D,Crisp W, Cheruvu C. In-hospital outcomes following laparoscopic versus open gastrectomies. A matched pair analysis. Br J of Surg 2009; 96(S6): 42.
  • Velmurugan S, Balaji NS, Bhogal RH, Vasant D, Nesargikar PN, Cheruvu CVN. Trigger based evaluation of laparoscopic anti-reflux surgery in GORD. Surg Endosc 2008: 22: S257.

 

Presentations

  • Nesargikar PN, Shabbir A, Jimmy So. ICG fluorescence-guided lymphadenectomy in Laparoscopic Distal Gastrectomy: Will this be the new standard?Upper GI Surgical Society of ASEAN Congress, Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam, June 2019
  • Reuben D Cruz, Nesargikar PN, Shabbir A, Jimmy So.Can weight be used as a surrogate marker to define outcomes in POEM? Upper GI Surgical Society of ASEAN Congress, Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam, June 2019
  • Nesargikar PN, Gleaves X, Gouwei K, Shabbir A, Jimmy So.  Perioperative Venous Thromboembolism prophylaxis in patients undergoing oesophageal- gastric cancer surgery:  A Need for standardised guidelines. Korean Gastric Cancer Congress, Seoul, Apr 2019.
  • Nesargikar PN, Gleaves X, Gouwei K, Shabbir A, Jimmy So.  Perioperative morbidity and mortality after gastric cancer surgery: A 10-year retrospective study. Korean Gastric Cancer Congress, Seoul, Apr 2019
  • Nesargikar PN, Gouwei K, Shabbir A, Jimmy So. Single Incision Transgastric Resection of GISTs in Anatomically Challenging locations: A Case Series. Japanese Gastric Cancer Congress, Numazu, Feb 2019
  • Nesargikar PN, Salgoankar H, Gouwei K, Shabbir A. Type 2 Leak Post Sleeve Gastrectomy in a Super Obese patient: Laparoscopic Roux-En-Y Gastric Bypass as a ‘rescue’ definitive procedure. Endoscopic and Laparoscopic Surgeons of Asia (ELSA) Congress. Kuala Lumpur, Nov 2018.
  • Nesargikar PN, Chavez G, Spiller B, Chavez R., Fraser DJ. Modulation of leukocytes and complement system offers protection from Renal Ischaemia-Reperfusion injury in rats. School of Surgery, Royal College of Surgeons, Edinburgh, Dec 2015.
  • Nesargikar PN, Chavez G, Spiller B, Chavez R. Modulation of leukocytes and endothelium by Anti-thymocyte globulin confers protection against renal ischemia reperfusion injury in rats. European Society of Organ Transplantation Conference, Brussels, Sept 2015.
  • Nesargikar PN, Chavez G, Spiller B, Chavez R., Fraser DJ. Single dose sCR1 attenuates renal ischemia reperfusion injury in rats despite early reconstitution of complement system. European Society of Organ Transplantation Conference, Brussels, Sept 2015 [Winner of the ESOT Young Investigator Award)
  • Khalid U, Gilda Pino-Chavez, Nesargikar P, Jenkins RH, Fraser DJ, Chavez RC. A new comprehensive scoring system is an accurate and robust tool for histological assessment of rat kidney IRI. European Society of Organ Transplantation Conference, Brussels, Sept 2015
  • Nesargikar PN, Amadilo L, Wilson G, Potter M. Outcomes following endoscopic mucosal resection (EMR) of colonic polyps in a tertiary centre: A three-year experience. Digestive Diseases Federation Conference, London, June 2015.
  • Nesargikar PN, M Hillen, C Grant, J Whing, P J Driscol. Cholecystectomy in the octogenarians: ageism is not a risk factor. European Association of Endoscopic Surgeons, Paris, June 2014.
  • M Hillen, C Grant, J Whing, P Nesargikar, P J Driscol. Emergency laparoscopic cholecystectomy in the elderly is safe. European Association of Endoscopic Surgeons, Paris, June 2014.
  • Nesargikar PN, Chavez G, Spiller B, Chavez R. Fraser DJ. Soluble Complement Receptor 1 attenuates complement and inflammatory response in rat renal ischemia-reperfusion injury. British Transplantation Society, Glasgow, Feb 2012
  • Khalid U, Chavez G, Nesargikar PN, Chavez RC, Fraser DJ. The effect of localised ischaemic preconditioning (IPC) on mRNA expression of acute kidney injury markers and cytokines in a rodent model of ischaemia-reperfusion injury (IRI). British Transplantation Society, Glasgow, Feb 2012
  • Nesargikar P, Chavez G, Spiller B,Chavez R. Anti- rat Anti-Thymocyte Globulin attenuates Renal Ischemia-Reperfusion injury in rats. First International Meeting on Ischemia Reperfusion Injuries in Transplantation (IMIRT) Poitiers, France, May 2012
  • Nesargikar PN, Pino-Chavez G, Spiller B, Chavez R. rAnti-Thymocyte globulin: A potential beneficial effect in renal ischaemia-reperfusion in rats- A Preliminary report. British Transplantation Society, Glasgow, Feb 2012.
  • Nesargikar PN, Molony J, Urquhart M, Hutchison W, Yalamarthi S.Stoma complications in elective and emergency colorectal surgery: A retrospective study. European Society of Coloproctology, Copenhagen, Sep 2011.
  • Nesargikar PN, Urquhart M, Hutchison W, Yalamarthi S.Does pre-operative stoma site marking reduce stoma complications? A 3-year retrospective study. European Society of Coloproctology, Copenhagen, Sep 2011.
  • M.Y Lee, L.H Lee, Nesargikar PN, K McBride, S Yalamarthi. Indications, Outcomes and Complications of Colonic Stenting in a District General Hospital: A 5-year experience. European Society of Coloproctology, Copenhagen, Sep 2011.
  • Nesargikar PN, Mainwaring A, Clark G, Hassell A, McKinley RK. Observed Work Place Based Assessments: Comparative analysis of two studies. Association for Medical Education for Europe, Vienna, Aug 2011.
  • Nesargikar PN, Mainwaring A, Huw J, Clark G. Workplace Bases Assessments: Welsh Core Surgical trainees’ perspective. Association of Surgeons in Training Conference, Sheffield, Apr 2011.
  • Mainwaring A, Nesargikar PN, Clark G. Observed Workplace Based Assessments: Need for observation! Association of Surgeons in Training Conference, Sheffield, Apr 2011.
  • Mainwaring A, Nesargikar PN, Clark Workplace Based Assessments in Surgical training: Trainees’ views on current practice. Association for Medical Education for Europe, Vienna, Aug 2011.
  • Cocker DM, Nesargikar PN. Podcasting Practical Skills? Association for Medical Education for Europe, Glasgow, Sep 2010.
  • Nesargikar PN, Hassell A, Wong J, McKinley RK. Workplace Based Assessments: What is happening in practice? The Association for the Study of Medical Education, Cambridge, July 2010.
  • Nesargikar PN, McKinley RB, Wong J, Hassell A. Workplace Based Assessments: Defining the barriers. The Association for the Study of Medical Education, Cambridge, July 2010.
  • Nesargikar PN, Hassell A, Wong J, McKinley RK. Workplace Based Assessments: What is happening in practice? Ottawa Conference, Miami, USA, May 2010.
  • Nesargikar PN, Ajith MK, Eyers PS, Nichols B, Chester JF. Lumbar Chemical Sympathectomy in Peripheral Vascular Disease- Does it still have a role? – A National Study. Association of Surgeons of Great Britain and Ireland Conference, Liverpool, Apr 2010.
  • Bonney GK, Nesargikar PN, Luke D, Cheruvu CVN. In-hospital outcomes following laparoscopic versus open gastrectomies. A matched pair analysis. Association of Upper Gastrointestinal Surgeons Annual Scientific Meeting, Nottingham, Sept 2009.
  • Nesargikar PN, Cocker DM, Walsh AKM. OSCE style medicine taster sessions as part of Widening Participation: New opportunities for supervised peer teaching. Association for Medical Education for Europe, Malaga, Aug 2009.
  • Cocker DM, Nesargikar PN, Lengyel J, Hassell A. Surgical teaching fellows. Tomorrow’s educators in surgery? Association for Medical Education Europe, Malaga, Aug 2009. Association of Surgeons in Training Conference, Nottingham, Mar 2009
  • Nesargikar PN, Bonney GK, Corless D, Cheruvu CVN. Adherence to routine follow up; A crucial element to weight reduction following laparoscopic obesity surgery. European Association of Endoscopic Surgeons Conference, Prague, Jun 2009
  • Agrawal S, Elhassan M, Bagouri EO, Nesargikar PN, Kaur V, Cheruvu CVN .The safety and efficacy of the same-day discharge after laparoscopic fundoplication: A prospective cohort study. European Association of Endoscopic Surgeons Conference, Prague, Jun 2009.
  • Agrawal S, Kaur V, Nesargikar PN, Cheruvu CVN. Laparoscopic repair of Perforated Duodenal Ulcer. European Association of Endoscopic Surgeons Conference, Prague, Jun 2009.
  • Agrawal S, Nesargikar PN, Bhogal RH, Barraclough L, Durkin D, Cheruvu CVN Specialist Upper GI Intervention improves patient outcome following emergency laparoscopic cholecystectomy. European Association of Endoscopic Surgeons Conference, Prague, Jun 2009.
  • Nesargikar PN, Kaur V, Cocker DM, Lengyel J. Are we consenting for pelvic nerve injury in females? Association of Surgeons of Great Britain and Ireland Conference, Glasgow, May 2009.
  • Singhal R, Nesargikar PN, Corless D, Crisp JW, Cheruvu CVN. Minimal invasive Oesophagectomy- Chest, Abdomen, Neck. Association of Surgeons of Great Britain and Ireland Conference, Glasgow, May 2009.
  • Nesargikar PN, Granell M, Orme R, Hinwood D, Houghton A. Management of migratory intravascular metallic foreign body. Association of Surgeons in Training Conference, Nottingham, Mar 2009.
  • Nesargikar PN, Kaur V, Cocker DM, Lengyel J. Are patients being consented for sexual dysfunction prior to pelvic colorectal surgery? A retrospective audit. Association of Surgeons in Training Conference, Nottingham, Mar 2009
  • Velmurugan S, Balaji NS, Bhogal RH, Vasant D, Nesargikar PN, Cheruvu CVN. Trigger based Evaluation of Laparoscopic antireflux surgery in GORD. Society of American Gastrointestinal and Endoscopic Surgeons Meeting, Philadelphia, Apr 2008.
  • Lab Based    –  Jan 2010 – Feb 2013
    Role of leukocytes, complement system and leukocytes in rat renal ischemia-reperfusion injury
    Supervisors: Mr Chavez RC, Prof Fraser D.
    University Hospital of Wales, Cardiff
    Outcome: Doctor of Medicine (MD) at Cardiff University
    Publications and Presentations

 

  • Educational    –  Sep 2008 – Jan 2010
    Workplace-based Assessments: What is happening in practice
    Supervisor: Prof RB McKinley
    Keele School of Medicine, Keele University
    Outcome: Master of Arts (MA) in Medical Education

 

  • Clinical Practice
    Perioperative DVT Chemoprophylaxis in Cancer Surgery – Jan 2019- Current
    National University Hospital I SingaporeROMIO Trial in OG Cancer Surgery, UK   –   Jan 2018 – Current
    Multicentre RCT
    Royal Infirmary Hospital, EdinburghTrigger based Evaluation of Laparoscopic antireflux surgery in GORD   –    Jan 2007 – Dec 2007
    Velmurugan S, Balaji NS, Bhogal RH, Vasant D, Nesargikar PN, Cheruvu CVN
    University Hospital of North Staffordshire
    Outcome: Presented at SAGES, USA, April 2008.Lumbar Chemical Sympathectomy in Peripheral Vascular Disease: National StudyFeb 2007 – Jul 2007
    Nesargikar PN, Ajith MK, Eyers PS, Nichols B, Chester JF.
    Taunton and Somerset NHS Trust
    Outcome: Publication in International Journal of Surgery
    Presentation at ASGBI, Liverpool, 2010

Undergraduate Teaching

  • Teaching Fellow, Keele School of Medicine    –   Sep 2008 – Aug 2009
    • Problem-based learning facilitator
    • Communications and Clinical skills tutor
    • Appraiser
    • OSCE examiner
    • Involved in preparing Surgical Tutor Notes for the new Case Based Learning Curriculum
  • Surgical tutor in the NHS, NUHSingapore Appointments   –   May 2004- Present
    • Suturing skills
    • X-Ray interpretation
    • Bed-side Teaching
    • Surgical Operations

 

Post Graduate Teaching

  • University of Edinburgh: ChM Surgery Tutor   –   Aug 2017 – Current
  • Foundation Doctor Surgical Teaching Programme – Lead, Royal Infirmary Edinburgh   –   Feb 2017 – Jul 2018
  • Teaching Faculty, Basic Surgical Skills Course, University Hospital of North Staffordshire   –   Nov 2008

ADVANCED ENDOSCOPIC SURGERY:

  • Flexible Endoscopic Surgery Masterclass I Mumbai   –   Nov 2019
  • ANBIG Endoscopy Workshop I NUH, Singapore   –   Apr 2019
  • Endoscopic Resection and POEM Workshop I SGH, Singapore   –   Oct 2018
  • Endoscopy Masterclass: Upper GI Bleeding Management | Glasgow, UK   –   Apr 2016
  • Basic Skills in Colonoscopy |Glasgow Royal Infirmary, UK   –   Jan 2015
  • Basic Upper GI Endoscopy Course| Dundee, UK   –   Mar 2012                 

 

BARIATRIC SURGERY:

  • Bariatric Surgery Workshop I ELSA, Kuala Lumpur   –   Nov 2018
  • Bariatric Training Pathway Course I Luton and Newcastle, UK   –   May 2018

 

CANCER and UPPER GI SURGERY:

  • Upper Gastrointestinal Cancer Cadaveric Masterclass I Newcastle   –   Sep 2017
  • Advanced Laparoscopic Hiatus course | Royal Infirmary, Edinburgh   –   Mar 2016
  • Advanced Laparoscopic Biliary Surgery Course | Royal Infirmary, Edinburgh   –   Apr 2016
  • Nutrition for the Less Initiated | RCPSG, Glasgow   –   Oct 2013
  • Intermediate Skills for Laparoscopic Surgeons | Dundee, UK   –   Mar 2011
  • Care of critically ill surgical patients |RCSEng, London   –   Apr 2008

Sports

  • Cricket: played for the Myocardial Cricket Club at Cardiff and Taunton Civil Services Cricket Club, Somerset
  • Regularly play squash, table tennis and badminton

 

Hobbies

  • Keen traveller and love to experience new cultures

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