As a skilled researcher, I am passionate about developing innovative approaches to the evaluation and treatment of orthopaedic injuries. I have completed extensive research on Oxford unicompartmental knee replacement, which led to the award of PhD from the University of Oxford. In addition, I have worked on number of projects involving hip and knee arthroplasty, foot and ankle injuries, bone tumours and spinal trauma.

I have a postgraduate orthopaedic degree which involved researching the functional outcomes of fractures of the distal humerus in adults. Additionally, I have completed a wide range of audits to determine the effectiveness of pre-operative approaches, prevention of surgical complications, and compliance with orthopaedic practices.

I am frequently asked to present my insights at leading international conferences, including the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons meeting, British Orthopaedic Association meeting, British Association for Surgery of the Knee, British Hip Society, SICOT Triennial World Congress, European Musculoskeletal Society Meeting, and the annual meeting of the British Orthopaedic Oncology Society.

I am also adept at mentoring students using a collaborative and engaging teaching style to deliver medical courses, demonstrate anatomy dissection techniques, facilitate group discussions, and complete teaching research projects.


I have won several awards including the best paper at SICOT meeting (Rio de Janeiro), best paper at BOFAS meeting (Brighton) and the president prize at RSM meeting (London).

I have over 20 publications in peer-reviewed scientific journals and have contributed to several book chapters. The details of my publications are available on Google scholar and ResearchGate. 

I am a reviewer for two very highly reputed orthopaedic journals;

  1. KNEE

I am particularly interested in implant design, biomechanics and application of mechanical engineering principles to the field of orthopaedics. Consequently, I have established strong links with the Universities of Oxford and Leeds, which allow me to be part of several collaborative projects.