Ceri Davies is Professor of Anatomy in the Department of Surgery and Cancer at Imperial College London. He has overall responsibility for the provision of undergraduate Anatomy teaching and takes the lead for Anatomy teaching in the Graduate Entry Programme. He also contributes to the 6 year MBBS course, the Biomedical Sciences BSc course and is active in postgraduate medical education. Ceri is active in supporting the discipline of Anatomy at a national and international level and has served on the Human Tissue Authority. He is currently President of the Anatomical Society, Vice-President of the Institute of Anatomical Sciences and the Inspector of Anatomy for Ireland. His research interests are: the pathophysiology of septic encephalopathy, the pathogenesis of Alzheimer's disease and comparative neuroanatomy.
et al., 2020, COVID-19 and anatomy: Stimulus and initial response, Journal of Anatomy, Vol:237, ISSN:0021-8782, Pages:393-403
Leese J, Davies DC, 2020, An investigation of the anatomy of the infrapatellar fat pad and its possible involvement in anterior pain syndrome: a cadaveric study, Journal of Anatomy, Vol:237, ISSN:0021-8782, Pages:20-28
et al., 2019, Proof-of-concept prototype drill-guide for use in medial patello-femoral ligament (MPFL) reconstruction surgery., Journal of Medical Engineering and Technology, Vol:43, ISSN:0309-1902, Pages:1-7
et al., 2018, A morphometric analysis of the suitability of the transverse cervical artery as a recipient artery in head and neck free flap microvascular reconstruction, Surgical and Radiologic Anatomy, Vol:40, ISSN:1279-8517, Pages:891-897
et al., 2021, New anatomy-related ratios describing the risk of incomplete colonoscopy in human patients, WILEY, Pages:210-210, ISSN:0021-8782