Professor Nadey Hakim
MD PhD FRCS FACS
Nadey Hakim is a doctor, surgeon and prolific author. He is Surgical Director West London Transplant Unit at Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust.
MD from Paris Descartes University. Laureate Faculty of Medicine Cochin Port Royal. Surgical training Guy’s Hospital, PhD fromUniversity College London. Gastrointestinal Fellowship Mayo Clinic and Transplant Fellowship University of Minnesota.
Has published over 150 peer-reviewed papers and has written/edited 21 textbooks in the field of General, Transplant and Bariatric surgery. Has successfully started the first Pancreas Transplant Program in the SE of England.
Editor in Chief of International Surgery (2000–2011), Emeritus Editor International Surgery (2011 to date), on Editorial Board of Transplantation Proceedings, Graft, Experimental and Clinical Transplantation.
Past President of the Transplantation Section of the RSM. Represented Britain in the International team which has performed the world first arm transplant. He is the First Max Thorek Professor of Surgery. He is a Reader in Transplantation Surgery at Imperial College London. He was awarded Honorary Professorships from Lyon University, Ricardo Palma Lima Peru University, Bashkent Ankara University, University of São Paulo and was visiting professor at several institutions worldwide including Harvard and the Cleveland Clinic.
He was the 35th President of theInternational College of Surgeons. Was awarded the 2007 J. Wesley Alexander Prize for outstanding research in the field of Transplantation. London School of Surgery Transplant Tutor 2008 to date. Member of Council Royal Society of Medicine 2009-2012. Honorary Secretary Royal Society of Medicine (2011 to date). Bailiff Grand Cross Order of St John of Jerusalem 2010. Specialist advisor to NICE on new transplant interventions 2010 to date.
Member of The International Bariatric Surgery Review Committee (IBSRC) 2010. Honorary Fellow of the Association of Surgeons of India (ASI) 2010.
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Bupa Cromwell Hospital