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Prof Janice Tsui
Research Dept of Surgical Biotechnology/ Vasscular Unit
9th Floor, Royal Free Hospital
Pond Street
London
NW3 2QG
Appointment
  • Professor of Vascular Surgery
  • Department of Surgical Biotechnology
  • Div of Surgery & Interventional Sci
  • Faculty of Medical Sciences
Role
UCL Principal Supervisor,UCL Subsidiary Supervisor
Biography

Janice Tsui is Professor of Vascular Surgery and honorary consultant vascular surgeon at UCL/ Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust. She is research lead of the North Central London vascular network and clinical lead of the UCL Institute of Healthcare Engineering vascular engineering programme. She leads the Multidisciplinary Foot Service at the Royal Free, North Central London vascular network.
She obtained her MB BChir and MD from the University of Cambridge and completed her surgical training on the London Deanery NE Thames rotation, gaining her CCT (General Surgery) in 2008. 

Research Themes
Research Summary

I lead a translational research programme focussed on improving outcomes of patients with peripheral arterial disease and diabetic foot complications, both major global health issues. I have adopted a bench-to-bedside approach: investigating the biological mechanisms of these diseases to identify novel therapeutic targets and strategies; developing new cardiovascular devices to overcome current complications and limitations; harnessing engineering innovations for disease modelling and monitoring; and contributing to a range if academic- and industry-led clinical trials. 

Teaching Summary

My teaching commitments include: undergraduate clinical and academic teaching, postgraduate clinical and academic research and taught courses, and cross-disciplinary teaching initiatives (SLMS miniMD programme lead). 

Academic Background
2008   Fellow Of The Royal College Of Surgeons Royal College of Surgeons of England
2006   Doctor of Medicine University of Cambridge
1998   Master of Arts University of Cambridge
1996   Bachelor of Medicine/ Bachelor of Surgery University of Cambridge
1994   Bachelor of Arts (Honours) University of Cambridge
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