Penny McManus qualified from Liverpool University Medical School in 1990 and has been a Consultant Oncoplastic Breast Surgeon in Hull since 2004 specialising in breast reconstruction and aesthetic surgery.
Penny helped to pioneer the technique of fat transfer for breast reconstruction and asymmetry and has lectured on this both in the UK and abroad. She teaches the technique on the Royal College of Surgeons Speciality Skills Course, of which she is a regular faculty member and also runs her own hands on courses in Hull.
Penny has recently been involved in the RCS work around standards in cosmetic surgery following the PIP scandal, and has helped to produce patient information on cosmetic breast procedures for NHS Choices. She is a member of the Association of Breast Surgeons and Women in Surgery.
Penny travels annually to Pakistan to do voluntary work in breast cancer awareness and training of local surgeons with a Hull based charity (www.opsaacharity.com).