Mr Aziz Momin graduated in medicine from Kings College Hospital, University of London, in 1997. Subsequently, he completed the Kings College Basic Surgical Rotation and obtained his MRCS from the Royal College of Surgeons of England. Subsequently became a registrar in cardiothoracic surgery at the St Thomas' Hospital and Kings College Hospitals. He was awarded a clinical research fellowship at the British Heart Foundation Laboratories of Professor Ajay Shah at Kings College Hospital and Medical School.
Having completed his MD Clinical Research Fellowship in 2005, he was awarded his MD from the University of London and was subsequently awarded the Arris and Gale Lectureship from the Royal College of Surgeons of England (2009-10). He then completed his national higher surgical training in cardiothoracic surgery at St Bartholomew's, London Chest, Royal Brompton, Manchester Royal Infirmary and Harefield Hospital. He was awarded his FRCS (C-Th) and returned as a senior registrar at Imperial College. He was subsequently appointed as Consultant Cardiac Surgeon and Senior Lecturer at St. George's Hospital and Medical School in 2013.
He initiated and co-founded, The London Core Review Course in Cardiothoracic Surgery in 2011, aiming to improve knowledge and training among cardiothoracic trainees and surgeons in the UK. This annual course has international delegates and faculty and is a four-day course held at the Royal College Surgeons comprehensively covering the syllabus for the FRCS (C-Th) exam and revalidation in cardiothoracic surgery.