Consultant Hand and Plastic Surgeon, Associate Professor & NIHR Postdoctoral Fellow
BSc, MSc, MBA, PhD, FRCS (Plast)
Research, hand surgery, skin surgery
Overview of clinical research, academic background and experience
Jeremy completed clinical and academic training in Edinburgh, Nottingham, Bradford, Sheffield, The Mayo Clinic, Stoke Mandeville, Oxford, Ganga Hospital, and Chelsea and Westminster.
His research is based at Warwick Clinical Trials Unit, and focuses on improving how we measure outcomes in hand and plastic surgery, and applying this in different scenarios. These include clinical trials and observational studies and in clinical decision-making solutions. To date, he has secured £6.2million of competitive research funding.
He is interested in evidence synthesis, clinical guideline development, and health service policy. He has held an honorary research fellow at Warwick Evidence (University of Warwick), and both a Scholarship and a Fellowship at The National Institute for Health & Care Excellence (NICE).
He chairs the British Society for Surgery of the Hand's (BSSH) UK Hand Registry (UKHR), is and Ex Officio Council Member of BSSH, and is involved in quality improvement in healthcare.
Recent publications available here