The Plastic Surgery programme is designed to provide you with a robust understanding of scientific and clinical research basis. It will provide the necessary transferable research skills (e.g. laboratory, critical analysis and synthetic) and allow scientists to appreciate the clinical needs and requirements of the patients requiring this speciality. The core curriculum includes aesthetic plastic surgery, and provides a unique insight into the unmet needs of aesthetic patients, along with research methodologies for clinical and research data analysis skills. Depending on your choice of optional modules you can either follow a science based route with interdisciplinary subjects such as nanotechnology and regenerative medicine, biomaterials and the application of stem cells, or you can chose to focus on clinical skills modules such as advanced microsurgery, robotics skills and evidence based systematic reviews.
Head of Plastic Surgery Training: Dr Javier Herrero Jover