Gareth graduated from Imperial College London, with a 1st Class Honours degree in Physiology, and a Medical degree with distinction, in 2003. He subsequently completed his basic surgical training in London via the Kingston/Guy’s & St.Thomas’/St.George’s Hospitals rotation, before commencing specialist Orthopaedic training at Imperial College London.
Gareth obtained the FRCS (Tr&Orth) in 2012 and joined the specialist register for Trauma & Orthopaedics in 2017. During this time he was also awarded a PhD for his research work under the supervision of Prof. Cobb, at the MSk Lab, Imperial College London, for which he co-ordinated an international multicentre-trial into the use of 3D printed guides to perform partial knee replacements and osteotomies around the knee.
Gareth’s principal research interests are:
- Developing 3D surgical planning and 3D printed patient-specific guides to enhance surgical precision, accuracy, and cost-effectiveness
- Day case joint replacement surgery
- Gait analysis as an objective measure of surgical outcome
- Novel web based patient-centered outcome scores
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et al., 2018, 3D printing and high tibial osteotomy, Efort Open Reviews, Vol:3, ISSN:2058-5241, Pages:254-259
et al., 2016, Gait comparison of unicompartmental and total knee arthroplasties with healthy controls, Bone & Joint Journal, Vol:98B, ISSN:2049-4394, Pages:16-21
et al., 2015, A wearable mobility assessment device for total knee replacement: A longitudinal feasibility study, International Journal of Surgery, Vol:18, ISSN:1743-9191, Pages:14-20
et al., Gait Comparison of Bicruciate Retaining and Cruciate Sacrificing Knee Arthroplasties Using Machine Learning, Orthopaedic Research Society Annual Meeting