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Simon Federer


MSc Taught Student

I am currently the Clinical Research Fellow at St. Richard's Hospital, Chichester and a student on the MSc in Musculoskeletal Sciences course.

I graduated from Imperial College London in 2015. After completing Foundation Training in Southampton, I worked as an orthopaedic registrar in a high-volume unit in Auckland, New Zealand, before returning to the UK.

Whilst working in New Zealand I completed a Postgraduate Certificate in Medical Education from Newcastle University. My interest in teaching led me to fulfil a post as an Anatomy Demonstrator at King’s College London for the academic year of 2019-20. I continue to deliver lectures on the Surgical Anatomy BSc Course at King’s College London. 

I am presently involved in a biomechanics study investigating the effects of bariatric surgery on walking gait, joint forces and quality of life. I have previously investigated the role of Artificial Intelligence in Orthopaedics through a scoping review. 

This MSc enables me to develop an evidence-based approach to musculoskeletal conditions, their diagnosis and management