Mr Shameen Jaunoo
BSc Hons, MB BS, Master of Surgery (Dis), FRCS
I am qualified in medicine from St Bartholomew's and The Royal London School of Medicine. During my undergraduate studies I have spent a year completing laboratory-based research in pancreatic cancer. I carried out my postgraduate surgical training in the West Midlands, including time spent working in liver transplantation, organ retrieval, hepatobiliary surgery and oesophagogastric cancer surgery at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Birmingham.
I was awarded a Master of Surgery with distinction by the University of Edinburgh for my postgraduate research and spent two years as Senior Clinical Fellow in oesophagogastric surgery at Oxford University Hospitals before being appointed as a Consultant at Brighton and Sussex University Hospitals NHS Trust.
I have founded the Warwickshire Surgical Research Group, published several book chapters and have multiple peer-reviewed publications. I have a passion for research and medical education and I have taught and examined medical students at the Universities of Brighton, Warwick, Birmingham, Edinburgh, Bristol and Oxford. I was twice nominated for ‘surgical tutor of the year’ at Oxford University Medical School.
Some of the principal treatments carried out by Mr Shameen Jaunoo at Spire include:
International/European Society for Diseases of the Esophagus (ISDE/ESDE)