Daniel is currently a Reader in Breast Surgery working in the Departments of BioSurgery and Surgical Technology and Hamlyn Centre for Robotic Surgery at Imperial College London. He is an Honorary Consultant in Oncoplastic Breast Surgery working within the Breast Unit at Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust.

Daniel has undergone advanced Oncoplastic training having been competitively selected for a Training Interface Group (TIG) National Oncoplastic Fellowship, one of only nine such training posts in the United Kingdom. He trained at several centres of excellence in breast cancer and reconstructive breast surgery including the Imperial Breast Unit, the Royal Marsden NHS Foundation Trust and the St Andrews Centre for Plastic Surgery in Chelmsford. Daniel has a Master of Surgery degree in Oncoplastic Breast Surgery, he graduated with a first class distinction and attained the highest aggregate score of his peer group. In 2016, he won the “Issac Gukas Medal” for achievement in breast surgery.

Daniel received his PhD in Surgery from Imperial College London in 2009, working under the supervision of Professor Lord Ara Darzi and Professor Guang-Zhong Yang. Daniel’s primary research interest is in the field of “surgical neuroergonomics” – optimising clinical performance through investigations of brain function in surgeons.  He also pursues robotics, imaging and biosensing technology research geared to improving outcomes following breast conserving surgery and reconstructive breast surgery.

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