BSc (Hons), BMBS, MRCS, PGCert ClinEd
MSc Taught student
- Honorary Clinical Research Fellow at Great Ormond Street Hospital, London
- Anatomy Demonstrator at University College, London
Abhinav is a core surgical trainee (trauma and orthopaedics theme) in the London deanery. He graduated from Peninsula Medical School in 2015 with merit. He has previously attained a First Class degree in Biosciences from University of Exeter and a postgraduate certificate in clinical education from University College, London.
His research interests lie in both observational and interventional studies, with particular focus on clinical outcomes in paediatric and elderly patients. He has won surgical prizes for his work, which have been presented at a number of national and international meetings. He is an invited faculty on many national teaching courses. Outside of work, Abhinav is a keen cricketer and runner.
Weight-bearing in ankle fractures: An audit of UK practice.
Collaborative B., (2019), Foot (edinb), 39, 28 - 36
Suspected ST segment elevation myocardial infarction referred for primary angioplasty: a masquerader
Yennu Nandan A. et al, (2019), Bmj case reports, 12
Early years postgraduate surgical training programmes in the UK are failing to meet national quality standards: An analysis from the ASiT/BOTA Lost Tribe prospective cohort study of 2,569 surgical trainees.
Writing group None. et al, (2018), Int j surg, 52, 376 - 382
Gallstone mimicry: a rare cause of abdominal pain
Singh A. et al, (2017), Gut, 66, 1251 - 1251
An acutely collapsed patient
Singh A. et al, (2016), Archives of disease in childhood - education & practice edition, 101, 238 - 238