BSc (Hons), MBBS (London), MD (Research)(Imperial College London), FRCS (General/Colorectal) UK
Specialty: Colorectal Surgery
Sub-specialties: Colorectal Cancer, Inflammatory Bowel Disease, Pelvic Floor Disorders, Disease of the Anus, Endoscopy, Minimally Invasive Surgery – Robotic and Laparoscopic Surgery
Emile read Medicine at the University College London Medical School before completing both his basic and higher surgical training in London. He completed a year-long fellowship at the Royal Marsden Hospital, London, training in advanced and recurrent colorectal cancer surgery, and spent a further year at the renown St Marks’ Hospital in Harrow, UK, training in advanced laparoscopic surgery, intestinal failure, pelvic floor disease and inflammatory bowel disease, before being appointed Consultant and Clinical Senior Lecturer with Imperial College London, operating on the Chelsea and Westminster and Royal Marsden Hospital Campus.
Along the way, he helped to set up a pelvic floor translational research platform on behalf of Imperial College London, and took the opportunity to develop his career as a clinical academic. He was awarded a National Institute for Health (NIHR UK) Academic Clinical Fellowship in 2008, followed by an NIHR award for a Clinical Academic Lectureship in 2011.
Emile has published widely in international peer-reviewed journals, and presented internationally. He maintains a strong interest in minimally invasive and open cancer surgery, and pelvic floor disease, in particular laparoscopic prolapse and functional surgery, as well as neuromodulation.
He continues to work towards balancing his clinical and academic practice, together with his responsibilities to his family.
Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons of England (General and Colorectal Surgery) 2013
Doctor of Medicine by Research, Imperial College London 2012
Member of the Royal College of Surgeons of England 2007
Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery, University College London Medical School 2001
Bachelor of Science, University College London (Immunology and Cell Pathology)
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