Daniel is currently a Clinical Senior Lecturer working in the Departments of BioSurgery and Surgical Technology, the Hamlyn Centre for Robotic Surgery and the Cancer Research UK Centre 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 entire United Kingdom. He trained at several centres of excellence in breast cancer and reconstructive breast surgery including the Academic Surgical Unit and Breast Unit at Imperial College, 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 inaugural “Isaac Gukas Medal” for outstanding achievement in breast surgery.
Daniel has diverse research interests in the arena of robotics, imaging and biosensing research that are linked to his passion, drive and ambition to improve outcomes for patients. He is Co-PI on the CRUK funded ?REI-EXCISE? trial which seeks to validate a mass-spectrometry based intelligent knife or “iKnife” as a immediate margin detection system to improve the precision of breast conserving surgery, reduce re-operative intervention, and enhance quality of life.
At the LIFE 4.0 Conference, Daniel will present the IKnife, its role in breast cancer surgery and the pilot ex-vivo data.
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